Master of Arts in Communication – Asbury University
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Master of Arts in Communication

A strategic and global program for professional communicators and recent graduates.

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Asbury’s Master of Arts in Communication is an online program designed for professional communicators and recent graduates seeking to expand their strategic and global communication insights and abilities. We strive to provide our students with the skills they need to excel in public relations, advertising, and corporate or nonprofit communication careers in a diverse professional landscape. This degree offers tools for practical application of international and strategic communication and focuses on the study of communication at an advanced level of theory and practice, emphasizing strategy, planning, and evaluation, as well as organizational rhetoric and global awareness.

Core and elective courses include Advanced Intercultural Communication, Viral Marketing Methods, Global Communication, Cross Platform Storytelling, Media Ethics & Criticism and Advanced Public Relations which prepare graduates to be strategic leaders in local, national and international arenas. 

Graduates will leave this 30-hour program with skills like audience analysis, integrating communication goals across departments, message impact, strategic communications planning, crisis communication, communication research & evaluation, data interpretation, advanced persuasion and presenting, cultural awareness, negotiation and problem solving. The degree can be completed in as little as 18 months, or in a year through the school’s ‘Plus One’ program. Apply now! 

"I have learned so much already that has helped my own freelance writing business. Right now, I work as a graduate assistant for Asbury's Office of Strategic Communications and as an educator for lululemon. I'm also starting a magazine that will release sometime next year. I‘ve experienced an overwhelming wave of encouragement and mentorship from professors here."

Madison Anderson ’23
MA in Communication Student