United States Journalism Doctorates Communications PhD Degrees
While studying towards a doctorate in journalism, you may take classes such as ethical issues in journalism, advertising theory and cultural communications. These courses could prepare you for a variety of careers, including working in postsecondary education.
- Evanston, ILEvanston, IL
Northwestern University School of Continuing Studies
The Department of Communication Studies focuses on three areas of advanced study in communication: rhetoric, interpersonal communication, and mass communication/telecommunications. The area of Rhetorical Inquiry employs historical, critical, analytic, a...
- Evanston, IL
- Urbana, ILUrbana, IL
University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign
The Institute of Communications Research offers a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Communications.
- Ithaca, NYIthaca, NY
Cornell's graduate program in Communication has three focus areas: science, media, and technology. Science How do people with considerably different levels of expertise communicate with each other? This question is a central concern of this concen...
- Eugene, OREugene, OR
University of Oregon
Communication Studies, Journalism, Magazine Journalism, Newpaper Journalism, Adverstising Account Pl - Doctorate
Ph.D. and Master in Communication and Society Professional master in literary nonfiction, magazine and newspaper journalism and ad account planning...
- Eugene, OR
- Portland, OR
- Los Angeles, CALos Angeles, CA
University of Southern California
The Master of Communication Management degree prepares graduates for careers in media (broadcasting, motion pictures, publishing, etc.), telecommunications, public policy including health communication, advertising, corporate communications and other fi...
- Fairfax, VAFairfax, VA
George Mason University
- New York City, NYNew York City, NY
Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism – the only journalism school in the Ivy League – provides journalists with a unique opportunity to hone and deepen their skills at any point in their careers. For nearly 100 years, the Journalism Sc...
- New York City, NYNew York City, NY
New York University
The Departments of Anthropology and Cinema Studies offer a specialized joint course of study leading to a New York State Certificate in Culture and Media for NYU graduate students who are also pursuing their M.A. or Ph.D. degrees in Anthropology or C...
- Philadelphia, PAPhiladelphia, PA
University of Pennsylvania
Doctoral study at the Annenberg School for Communication is research-intensive and interdisciplinary in nature.
- Atlanta, GAAtlanta, GA
Georgia State University
The Master of Arts (M.A.) degree in communication is a multidisciplinary degree designed to prepare communication professionals and academicians for the demands of the 21st century. Each student may select an area of concentration from the following:...
- Tempe, AZTempe, AZ
Arizona State University
- Cambridge, MACambridge, MA
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
At MIT, the term Media Arts and Sciences signifies the study, invention, creative use, and understanding of technologies that will enhance the medium we inhabit. The field is currently rooted in modern communications and the computer and cognitive scien...
- Fargo, NDFargo, ND
North Dakota State University
- Indiana, PAIndiana, PA
Indiana University Of Pennsylvania
At IUP, You’ll study cultural issues and explore research topics surrounding this rapidly evolving field.
- New Brunswick, NJNew Brunswick, NJ
Rutgers University of New Jersey
- College Park, MDCollege Park, MD
University of Maryland - College Park
- Iowa City, IAIowa City, IA
University of Iowa
The School of Journalism and Mass Communication offers two graduate degrees: the M.A. degree in journalism and the Ph.D. degree in mass communication. In the M.A. program, students may select from two emphases: Professional Journalism or Mass Communicat...
- Hattiesburg, MSHattiesburg, MS
The University of Southern Mississippi
- Athens, GAAthens, GA
University of Georgia
Offers thesis (MA) degree with concentrations in advertising, public relations, journalism, telecommunications, media studies and non-thesis (MA) degree with concentrations in advertising, public relations, journalism, media studies. Offers Ph.D. in...
- Columbia, ALColumbia, AL
University of Missouri - Columbia
The graduate program at the Missouri School of Journalism provides a unique combination of practical experience, research and theory in many dimensions of journalism and mass communication. As the world and its communication systems become more complex,...
- Clemson, SCClemson, SC
This program features a trans-disciplinary curriculum with a solid foundation in theory and training in research and practice.
- Bloomington, INBloomington, IN
The Indiana University Bloomington campus welcomes new students into a School of Journalism family that is 100 years old. With class sizes typically between 10 and 20, and with a wide variety of degree sequences, graduate students get the most out of th...