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|Spanish to English translations [Non-PRO]|
|Spanish term or phrase: licenciado en comunicación|
|Bachellor in Communications|
This obviously refers to radio and telecommunications, and not to mass media. Mass media is medios de comunicación, which is something completely different. I chose Bachellor and not Graduate (which is accepted by Vox as a valid translation), because a Graduate can be an MSc, a BSc, or even a doctor.
I did not find the three words together, but checked the separate meaning in the Spanish Dictionary of Business, Commerce and Finance (Routledge) and also the Technical Dictionary of Javier Collazo.
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