Actually you would probably benefit more from a Master's in Political Science than Mass Communication. If you can even look back the rigor of the two programs in undergrad school. There was almost no rigor in Communications majors. Political Science dealt more with theory and analysis, accompanied by methodologies that were dependent on quantitative and qualitative data. Communications does have its share of qualitative analysis, but miss more on the quantitative approach than Political Science. Once in the Master's program in political science, you delve more into methodologies and data analysis. Regressional statistics and other forms of statistical analysis will develop the quantitative skills needed for graduate studies of Political Science. The end product of the skills you would obtain from a Master's program in Political Science than one of Mass Communications would be a bigger quantity of skills obtained and much more marketable skills for the job market. It is much easier to major in communications because it requires less from students.
Once you have a bachelor degree, you can get a masters degree in whatever you wish. The masters degree will help you get better paying jobs.
electronics is the core computer science engineering hence it is better
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Political science is the branch of social science that studies the theory of political systems and politics. ItÕs used as a tool to examine the process, systems, and political dynamics of a country.
To make or build a better civil society theoroisation of day to day activities are essential.
Yes, the qualifications to get a good job in political science almost always requires at least a Bachelors degree in Political Science to get hired. I would look into going to school for this if you are interested in this field of study; you will have a better chance of getting hired. Also when you go through school for Political Science you can apply for internships in the field to gain experience and get your name out there.
It is probably better just to get a straightup bachelor's of law.
Science always wins when it comes to employment and money. You don't need a communications degree to be a telemarketer.
Positive Effects: -Cures to unknown diseases -Better quality foods -Better manufacturing processes -Better understanding of the world -Better communication (internet, fiber optics, etc)
if there is no communication gap between colleagues,sub-ordinates,officials then the company will be getting the better achievements