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Our degree programs in media, film and journalism studies equip you to be a creative and socially aware communication professional. Four majors, a minor, dual degrees, graduate certificates and two master's programs help you explore a wide range of critical, professional and artistic paths. We pair theoretical knowledge with practical application to prepare you for a range of careers in media, communication and beyond.
Understanding the power of communication and media representation goes beyond pursuing a degree. This knowledge empowers you to be an ethical and conscientious communicator on a global scale. To help you find your passion, we offer four majors and a minor, which can be combined with many other areas of study.
Both of our master's programs are designed around what it means to communicate in a contemporary global society. We offer an MA in International and Intercultural Communication as well as an MA in Media & Public Communication with concentrations in strategic communication or media and globalization. Our graduate certificate options provide further opportunities for specialization.Graduate Admission
International and Intercultural Communication
Explore communication across cultural and geographic borders in this MA, which you can tailor with flexible required coursework to best support your goals. Award-winning faculty help you build a professional portfolio culminating in an internship, masters thesis or a substantial research paper as your capstone experience.Learn More
Media and Public Communication
Internationally recognized faculty mentors, experiential coursework and phenomenal internships help you build a professional portfolio that highlights your innovative approaches to problem-solving and your experiences working with real clients. This flexible MA program offers two concentrations in Strategic Communication or Media & Globalization to help you further specialize.Learn More
A range of support options are available to help you pursue your interests. College and University grants, scholarships, loans, and work study opportunities can assist you at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.