KNUST School of Graduate Studies Communication Design Courses

KNUST School of Graduate Studies Communication Design Courses

MPhil Communication Design (Full Time Only)

Prospective students should have a good first degree (First Class or Second Class Upper Division) in the pathway areas in Communication Design or Design related programme. 

Masters in Communication Design (MCOMM) Part Time and Full Time

For MCOMM applicant, in addition, must have a minimum of two years working experience, and further demonstrate the appropriate intellectual, creative and personal qualities to pursue the programme. Candidates must be able to demonstrate, through the submission and review of a portfolio and through an interview, a level of knowledge and competence appropriate to the demands of the programme, and to demonstrate the potential to benefit from that study.

For Part-Time programmes, lectures are held on Thursday evenings and week-ends. 

For MPHIL, candidate will be required to submit a – page summary of proposal that he/she intends to work on and for which a competent supervisor is readily available. MComm students will be required to produce a good professional portfolio and attend an interview.

Candidates would be selected on the basis of a body of work/proposal that will demonstrate an advanced understanding of the subject /area, sufficient knowledge and technical skill to realise intentions; evidence of commitment to the subject; research and intellectual curiosity, critical design-thinking; open-mindedness; the ability to collaborate, to engage in research and debate, respond communicatively to criticism