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  • MCM professors Dave Scholz and Alex Sevigny presented the Leger-McMaster Social Media Reality Check 3.0 data

    Leger Marketing teamed up with McMaster MCM for its third wave of research data on Canadian’s uses and attitudes towards social media.

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  • MCM faculty member Alex Sévigny, APR, appeared on CBC’s Power and Politics to discuss declining civility in the American primary races

    Professor of communication studies and communications management at McMaster University discusses the impact of Donald Trump on political communication in the GOP through the 2016 republican primaries.

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  • Frank Vassallo named CEO of Kemptville District Hospital – First MCM alum to become CEO of a large organization

    The former Vice President at OntarioMD brings more than 20 years of experience in both private and public sector health service administration to the Eastern Ontario hospital.

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  • MCM professor, Dr. Terry Flynn, APR, FCPRS receive professional and academic honours

    Philp A. Novikoff Memorial Award goes to Dr. Flynn and Dr. Mussio earns OUSA teaching award.

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Welcome to the Master of Communications Management (MCM) program, Canada’s leading graduate degree for professional communicators and creative professionals!

Our unique program, delivered in partnership between McMaster University and Syracuse University, allows executives, educators, and entrepreneurs to earn a world-class education while continuing to earn a living.

We value collaboration over competition, providing our students with the opportunity to balance work and life while building a powerful network of friends and colleagues that will last a lifetime. That’s the MCM advantage.

Information sessions

Learn more about the MCM program through a free online information session with our faculty. Review our upcoming webinar schedule and register by emailing MCM Program Administrator, Janice Peltier at

Application deadline

The deadline for the October 2019 program intake is July 31, 2019. We review applications and make admission offers on an ongoing basis. However, there is only one intake annually in October.

For more detailed information, please contact
Janice Peltier at 905-525-9140 ext. 27534 or by email at



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