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M.A. in Strategic Communication

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Residential Master’s Degree in Strategic Communication

Through Liberty’s Master of Arts in Strategic Communication, you’ll study the principles and practices needed to grow organizations in the digital age. Learn through hands-on experience and real client interactions and gain the skills necessary to start a new career in communication or earn a promotion in your current position.

At Liberty, you’ll be trained by savvy and award-winning faculty who have years of experience in the field. This degree program requires you to complete either a thesis, comprehensive exam, or a thesis project and prepares you to take your career to the next level.

 

Learn How To:

  • Grow an organization and earn a reputation for obtaining results
  • Build effective mobile and online communication plans
  • Create strategic marketing campaigns featuring video and digital content approaches that stand out in the marketplace
  • Develop and manage social media and web strategies

Academics: Strategic Communication (M.A.)

Credit Hours

33 credit hours

 

Degree Completion Plan (DCP)

Strategic Communication (M.A.) DCP

Strategic Communication Courses

  • Strategic Storytelling (STCO 526)
  • Video, Social, & Mobile Promotion (STCO 533)
  • Strategic Media Analysis (STCO 534)
  • Effective Social Media (STCO 546)
  • Strategic Communication Campaigns for the Digital Age (STCO 658)

Admissions Requirements

Find M.A. in Strategic Communication admissions requirements, transfer information, and more on the Residential Admissions site.


Career Opportunities in Strategic Communication

  • Advertising Director
  • Business Manager
  • Creative Services Director
  • Chief Marketing Officer
  • Director of Customer Relationships
  • Web Strategies Specialist

Where Alumni Have Worked

  • Genworth
  • Pitney Bowes
  • Amazon Web Services
  • Kate Spade
  • Wounded Warrior Project