Campus Masters of Media Studies Programs
This full-time graduate program provides an in-depth study of the relationships between art, law and business and how they influence the commercial art world.
The Performance and Performance Studies (P+PS) MFA program seeks dedicated, interdisciplinary students determined to delve deeply into the field of performance studies and art practice in one program.
The graduate program in media studies at Newhouse centers on the academic study of the mass media.
The M.S. Media Arts and Technology degree enables students to navigate technological, cultural and economic opportunities in the fields of Multimedia and Web Development.
Learn to manage information technology, create interactive content, and study the roles communication media can play in society.
This programme offers an overview of media and communications in cultural, economical and political contexts.
The MA Media and Cultural Studies is an innovative programme, combining media and cultural studies in an interdisciplinary way. Drawing on the methodologies of the humanities and the social sciences 'media communications' approach, this masters programm...
The MSc in Media Management is an innovative and dynamic course that focuses on developing your understanding of media businesses and the global environment in which they operate. The course offers a variety of optional modules which are delivered acros...
M.A., Ph.D., Advertising, Communication Policies, Journalism, Media Effects, Media Studies, new Media Technology, Public Relations, Radio, Television...
Media Design Practices (MDP) seeks individuals who want to use design to understand and change the world.
A 1 year, 45 credit program, with a built in study abroad component.
Information Technology today is evolving in the domain of business, science and even in the personal lives of many of us.
The MA in Communication is designed for students who wish to develop advanced-level communication skills in combination with knowledge or skills in an...
Draws together theories & practices from traditional disciplines such as English, Sociology, Geography, Music and Visual Arts.