Communications and Media Management Master of Communications and Media Management (M.C.M.M.)

How to Apply

Application Deadlines

Fall semester June 30
Spring semester November 15
Summer semester April 1

Start your application online and upload materials directly into the online system. You can save your progress and return any time.

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1Review Admission Requirements

The Master of Communications and Media Management (M.C.M.M.) degree requires applicants to have the following:

  • A bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited institution
  • A cumulative 3.0 GPA on all undergraduate coursework
  • GRE scores are not required, however recent TOEFL examination results are required for international applicants.

Note that meeting the minimum department standards does not ensure admission to the program. Admission to Colorado State University graduate programs is based on a number of factors, including prior academic and professional experience and the personal statement.

2 Prepare Application Materials

Prepare the materials below and upload when you apply online.

  • Three letters of recommendation
    Three professional recommendations are required from individuals who can speak to your potential for success in the M.C.M.M. program. You will provide information about your recommenders in the online application. CSU will contact them with instructions and a link to a secure form they will submit on your behalf. These letters should be written by a variety of individuals (advisors, professors, employers, supervisors, or individuals in similar positions) who have known you in different capacities. Letters should address your ability to successfully pursue and complete graduate studies, not merely attest to your character. The online application will prompt your reviewers to submit the letters of recommendation, but you should contact your reviewers in advance and provide each individual with guidelines for preparing letters of recommendation. You should also later confirm with the individual that the letter of recommendation was submitted.
  • Resume or vita
    Include dates and details of professional and academic experience.
  • Statement of purpose
    Indicate your career goals and professional interests. Be sure to describe how the M.C.M.M. program and faculty will allow you to accomplish these goals.
  • Writing samples
    Please submit three examples of professional or scholarly writing in English. Typical examples of writing samples include class/professional papers or projects that demonstrate the scope of your professional and academic abilities.

3 Complete Online Application

Complete the online graduate application and pay the nonrefundable application processing fee (payable online). As soon as you have completed the required information, please submit your application. You do not need to wait for transcripts to move your application forward.

  • Select "Communications and Media Management (M.C.M.M.– Distance)" when choosing the Program of Study.

4 Request Transcripts

Request one official transcript of all collegiate work completed from every institution attended, whether or not you received a degree from those institutions. Transcripts from Colorado State University are not required. Official transcripts can either be mailed in or sent as e-transcripts.

Send e-transcripts to: gradadmissions@colostate.edu

Send paper copies to:
Graduate Admissions
Colorado State University – Office of Admissions
1062 Campus Delivery
Fort Collins, CO 80523-1062

Check Your Application Status

View your application status at any time to ensure your application checklist is complete or to check on updates.

Once your complete application, including supporting materials, is received, the department admission committee will review your application and notify you of their decision.

International Applicants Only

Include the following items in addition to those listed above:

  • Official transcript
    Ensure official copies include a certified translation into English (only one set of transcripts is required).
  • Official TOEFL scores
    Submit official TOEFL scores through the Educational Testing Service (select institution code: 4075). In general, all applicants from countries in which English is not the official language, and who do not have an undergraduate degree from a country in which the official language is English (Canada, U.K., Australia, USA, New Zealand, etc.) must submit TOEFL scores. The minimum score for applicants is 80 on the internet-based test (550 on the paper-based test or 6.5 on the IELTS).
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