The Master of Arts in Communication offers students academically challenging courses that provide insight and practical strategies to succeed in the rapidly changing world.
This master's program offers students the opportunity to focus their studies in several advanced content areas, including Digital Communications and Communication Technologies, Communication in Organizations, and Public Relations. Digital Communication and Communication Technologies focuses on communication technologies in corporations, organization and human relations including device usage, adoptions and applications. Communication in Organizations teaches students to enhance workplace communication capabilities by focusing on decision making and problem solving within employee relations, management communication and digital interaction. Public Relations provides students with sought-after practical experience both on campus and in the world capital of public relations, New York City.
What Great Minds Can Do
Gabriele Zengewald, M.A. '17
Gabriele Zengewald, M.A. '17 explains the support, mentorship and quality of her experience in the College of Communication and the Arts.
The M.A. in Communication is a 36-credit, on-campus program designed for students with significant interests in researching communication phenomena and understanding human interaction and the role that communication plays in intercultural, interpersonal, organizational and group contexts. This master's program offers three areas of study, Digital Communication and Communication Technologies, Communication in Organizations, and Public Relations, and offers courses in:
- Internet and Communication
- New Media, Organizations and Institutions
- Training and Development
- Employee Relations
- Global Perspectives
- Strategic Planning
Graduate Program in Communication
The M.A. in Communication offers three areas of study: Digital Communication and Communication Technologies, Communication in Organizations, and Public Relations.
The faculty in our internationally recognized research and teaching programs are committed to guiding students to success. Seton Hall is a Catholic University where great thinkers do more than think.
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A dynamic community comprised of scholars, theorists, critics, and professionals, Graduate Studies within the College of Communication and the Arts provides students with dynamic and immersive learning experiences blending theory and practical components that permit students to recognize, test, and translate course material into academic, professional and workplace settings.
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