Communications

Communications

The science and practice of communications is an area of expertise and engagement across Georgetown schools.

Faculty across disciplines specialize in areas ranging from political communications and media relations to technological innovation. The university also offers a number of communications and journalism programs, including an executive master’s degree in Global Strategic Communications. Georgetown’s Washington, D.C., location provides students access to career opportunities at an array of internationally recognized public relations firms and journalism, communications, and media organizations.

Minor in Journalism

The Minor in Journalism, housed in Georgetown's English Department, offers undergraduate students an opportunity to practice journalism and explore critical literacy and scholarly critique in the field of journalism.

M.A. in Language and Communication

The Department of Linguistics sponsors this M.A. program in the study of sociolinguistics, discourse analysis, and pragmatics. Students learn how to use these skills to solve concrete problems in workplace settings, institutions, and professions that depend largely upon language to accomplish their goals.

M.A. in Communication, Culture, and Technology

Communication, Culture, and Technology is a graduate program at Georgetown University. The program explores the relationship between changing technology and changing cultures, including research, government, media, business, and communication.

Center for Social Impact Communication

The Center for Social Impact Communication in the School of Continuing Studies promotes industry standards for responsible communication practices and educates current—and future—social impact leaders who create positive change around the world…

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