Mass Communication

B.Sc Mass Communication
Faculty of Management and Social Sciences

B.Sc Mass Communication

Mass Communications are: surveillance, correlation, cultural transmission and entertainment. In many ways, the four functions of mass communication are still relevant and transferable to contemporary media.

Mass communication functions to validate the status and norms of particular individuals, movements, organizations, or products. The validation of particular people or groups serves to enforce social norms

Admission Requirements (2020/2021 Academic Admission)

Five ‘O’ level credit passes to include English Language, Literature-in-English, Mathematics and one of Arts/Social Sciences

English Language and any three Arts and/or Social Science subjects

Tuition: N300,000

Others (N191,000):

ID Card – N2,000, Registration Fee – N10,000, Development Fee – N50,000, Matric Fee – N4,000, Library Fee – N10,000, Sports Fee – N10,000, Entrepreneurial Fee – N10,000, Medical Fee – N20,000, ICT Fee – N25,000, Clinical, Lab, Studio Fees – N25,000, Caution Fee – N25,000

Hostel Fee (Room of Four): N150,000

TOTAL: N641,000.