This Master of Communications Management (MCM) programme comprises three distinct elements of PG, Cert, PG Dip and Masters. The module takes a strategic view of Human Capital required for Operations and Maintenance Systems and reflects on plans to cope with situations outside the norm. The module evaluates the effective use of relational databases and wireless technologies to achieve best in class performance.
This course exposes participants to methods used for social media analytics that can be used to convert information derived from social media into insightful tools and how to interact with consumers in real-time. It teaches participants how to manage social media platforms in other to project their online reputation.
This course is designed to teach participants the principles for creating, engaging presentations and how to optimize the visual impact of a presentation on the audience. It will help them improve communication, create trust and manage cultural expectations as well as leading better virtual relationships and improve team performance.
This module describes the legal, regulatory, policy and environmental requirements for a converged society within the provision of information and communication services in the context of global transformation. The module examines the legal, regulatory, policy and environmental issues facing governments, network operators and users. The key issues are: commercialisation, liberalisation, resources, frameworks both legal and regulatory, converged services, climate, power, disposal
The Master of Communications Management (MCM) programme comprises three distinc elements of PG, Cert, PG Dip and Masters. The dissertation component provides an opportunity for the students to undertake rigorous research in a field relevant to their specialist course of study. the main deliverable will be a written document (dissertation), although in some instances supporting antefacts and other evidence may also be generated.