Graduate Programs

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More than 200 graduate students pursue professional and scholarly opportunities in the School’s five graduate programs:

The programs prepare students for further research and doctoral work or for careers in media, communications policy, communications management and production.

About the Graduate Programs

The Master of Journalism, Master of Arts in Media Studies and Production, Master of Science in Communication Management and Master of Science in Globalization and Development Communication are programs with academic and professional orientations that can lead to careers with communication responsibilities in a broad array of domains – journalism, corporations, professional associations, media industries, arts and community groups, government, education – or to further study and research in the Media and Communication Ph.D. program.

The School of Media and Communication provides graduate education that excels in new media, social engagement and global development.  Temple’s School of Media and Communication is located in Philadelphia – the ideal location to pursue graduate education in media and communication.  Philadelphia is the fourth-largest media market, and is well positioned between Washington, D.C. and New York City.  This cosmopolitan, diverse and fast-moving city is an excellent setting to study and pursue opportunities.