View MA Programs in Journalism and Mass Communication 2019 in California in USA
Masters degrees are more versatile than doctoral qualifications and have a broad range of professional and academic applications. According to the U.S. Department of Education, three types of masters programs exist research, professional, and terminal. The most popular masters degree types are Master of Arts (M.A.) and Master of Science (M.S.) in a mixture of subject fields.
Journalism is a field that focuses on bringing information regarding local, national, and international events to the attention of the general public. Journalists help inform people through interviews, observation, or by reading and summarizing past articles and relevant documents.
Education in the United States is mainly provided by the public sector, with control and funding coming from three levels: state, local, and federal, in that order. The common requirements to study at a higher education level in United States will include your admissions essay (also known as the statement of purpose or personal statement), transcript of records, recommendation/reference letters, language tests
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Art Center’s graduate program in Media Design Practices offers a two- or three-year Master of Fine Arts curriculum that helps ambitious designers from a variety of backgr
Master of Fine Arts in Media Design PracticesArt Center’s graduate program in Media Design Practices offers a two- or three-year Master of Fine Arts curriculum that helps ambitious designers from a variety of backgrounds become design leaders and researchers in emerging fields. We are dedicated to defining new practices in design. Our graduates are prepared for a lifetime of invention.Our vision is to educate designers not for the world as it is, but as it is becoming, to think hard about what it means to use our agency as designers to make the world as we may want it to be.To take this on, we offer two tracks: Lab and Field. Each track, in its own way, orients the designer toward the challenges of the future and the changing role of design.In the Lab track, students work in a studio context, using design to pose questions through applied and speculative projects that engage with emerging communication technologies and cultural practices. We move beyond the problem-solving paradigm to position the designer as a researcher with a distinct point-of-view who uses design to understand and engage with the world. We are expressly preparing media designers to take high performing roles in domains that are future-oriented and whose effects are far-reaching: information and communication technology, foresight units, industry R&D, scientific research labs, communication media, knowledge production, infrastructure and policy-making, and entrepreneurial or independent practices.In the Field track, run in collaboration with Designmatters, students work in a real-world context where social issues, media infrastructure,...
Learn by doing. Rigor, discipline, tough critiques. Professionalism. These values and traditions are ingrained in Art Centers DNA.
Master of Fine Arts in FilmLearn by doing. Rigor, discipline, tough critiques. Professionalism. These values and traditions are engrained in Art Centers DNA.There are no boundaries among disciplines. Collaborations between students and faculty from all majors allow ideas to flourish, providing an unparalleled creative environment for filmmakers.Creative freedom and a strong emphasis in visual storytelling are the hallmarks of our program. Class size is small. Students begin making films immediately and become proficient through the rigorous practice of their craft. We have the flexibility to customize each individual students course of study to best meet their specific goals.Graduate Film students focus on directing; producing; screenwriting; digital, film and stereoscopic 3D cinematography; picture editing, sound design, color grading and VFX. Faculty mentors - exemplary artists and filmmakers from around the globe - guide and assist students in the development, design and production of their projects.There are no barriers to impede a students ability to conceptualize and realize their own works. Aside from short and feature-length narratives films, Graduate Film students will create documentaries, commercials, and public service announcements or promotional films for clients such as the United Nations and the American Red Cross, through Art Centers unique DesignMatters program.Our location in Southern California, capitol of the entertainment industry, makes Art Center an ideal choice for aspiring and current filmmakers to enhance their skills and develop their concepts. Our award-winning alumni are prominent in all aspects of the entertainment industry - directors, writers, producers, cinematographers, composers, executives, editors and VFX artists....
In SCI-Arc’s Master of Arts in Fiction and Entertainment one-year program, students work with world-renowned professionals in the worlds of film, fiction, animation, mark
In SCI-Arc’s Master of Arts in Fiction and Entertainment one-year program, students work with world-renowned professionals in the worlds of film, fiction, animation, marketing, games, and documentary making to build new forms of architectural practice. (This program is pending WSCUC approval.)
What we think the world looks like is largely determined by fiction and entertainment—extraordinary shared languages through which we exchange ideas and engage with our environment. It is impossible to underestimate the importance of media in the production of culture.
Given the vast array of media available, it is urgent to widen the scope of architecture beyond buildings alone. Why shouldn’t architects design the next Hollywood blockbuster? Virtual reality environments? Viral videos? Political campaigns? Deeply embedded in the entertainment industry of Los Angeles, this program is a place to start telling new kinds of stories about the alternative realities of the twenty-first century....
University of San Francisco - College of Arts & Sciences
The Master of Arts in Professional Communication (MAPC) provides the knowledge and training for superior oral, written, and visual communication skills. Our program is de
The Master of Arts in Professional Communication is a 30-unit program that can be completed in two years. Students complete four core and six elective courses that are three units each. Full-time students enroll in courses each fall and spring semester. Courses are also available in the summer. The degree culminates in either a capstone or a directed study and culminating project, such as a reflective portfolio, internship-related project, analytical paper, or academic research project.
Students can enroll in the general track in professional communication, which combines courses in strategic and technical communication for a blended specialty in the industry and organizational communication. This broader focus gives students valuable knowledge toward launching or furthering successful communications careers in a variety of fields and organizations....