Online info session: M.A. in Digital Communication

Wednesday, October 24, 2018 -
12:00pm to 1:00pm

Live stream

Overview

The Master of Arts in Digital Communication from the UNC School of Media and Journalism is an online master’s degree designed for working communications professionals and their ambitious schedules.

Register below for our online info session, and learn about the program and the admissions process. You'll have the opportunity to hear from the  program director, Professor Rhonda Gibson, and ask her questions.

About the Program

Our online master's program equips working professionals for leadership roles, addressing the issues reshaping media and communication today with challenging courses designed for career-minded students’ ambitious schedules. Students complete nine courses over two years and then spend the final semester working one-on-one with faculty on a comprehensive project. Program features include:

  • Broad curriculum balancing concepts and application, to equip students for strategic thinking and management-level decision-making in diverse subject areas
  • Preparation for career advancement, with more than half of students crediting what they learned in the program for a new job or promotion earned before graduation
  • Small classes taught by full-time UNC MJ-school faculty and industry experts
  • Opportunities to focus course assignments on real-world workplace topics and challenges
  • Access to UNC resources, including libraries, IT support and Adobe software
  • Two in-person experiences on campus at UNC-Chapel Hill
  • Networking opportunities with classmates, program graduates and MJ-school alumni

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