Whether your focus is on advertising, public relations or journalism innovation, you will learn how to apply traditional communications skills to the trends and technology that are transforming the communications industry today. As a student, you can take forward-thinking courses such as Digital Branding and Strategy, Multimedia Storytelling, and Data-Driven Journalism, among many others.
With this program, you will be challenged and engaged while earning your degree on the go. This includes:
Small class sizes:
Classes have an approximate 15:1 student-to-faculty ratio so you can engage in intimate discussion with your peers.
Coursework access 24/7:
You can access, download or submit your work via web or mobile app, anytime.
These experiences take place in the U.S. and select international cities and are meant to bring the online classroom into the real world. They will allow you to explore innovative thinking and hands-on experiences relevant to your course of study.
A degree from The Newhouse School provides a wealth of professional opportunity. As a Newhouse student, your alumni network—which includes some of the most powerful communications professionals in the industry—extends around the world.
Dan Pacheco teaches journalism innovation, and played a part in the launch of many different journalism ventures, including WashingtonPost.com. Today, he publishes Journovation Central, a digital publication about innovation in journalism.
Kelly Lux teaches social media and serves as the program’s director of social media. In 2010, she co-founded The Community Manager (#CMGRchat), a weekly Twitter chat for current and aspiring online community managers.