Learn how to leverage media to build critical connections between brands and consumers that boost sales, increase overall awareness and strengthen brand identity—often in the face of scores of competing messages.
The Bachelor of Arts in Communication and Social Influence program shapes tomorrow’s communication professionals who want to effect positive social change in the most fundamental issues of our times: basic health concerns, environmental impact, political segregation, social justice and terrorism.
Delve into both the theory and practice of communication while exploring all the departments in the Klein College of Media and Communication. Whether you plan to attend law school, serve as a communication liaison for a government organization, or work for a media outlet or publication, you can tailor your experience to match your academic and professional interests.
This interdisciplinary PhD program integrates a strong core of intellectual work in the humanities and social sciences and helps you prepare for a career in academia or an alternate path in consulting, education, finance, government, industry, law, policy or research.
Develop your talents in reporting, writing and presenting information across multiple platforms—online, in print, on radio and TV, and more. Whether you want to create content for online outlets, document international events or report from an election’s headquarters, you’ll be prepared to play a crucial role in delivering accurate and timely information and telling stories that matter.
The Master of Arts in Media Studies and Production is a 36-credit program integrating conceptual and practical study to prepare students for careers in media analysis, creation and management or further academic study. Our students are activists, media makers and researchers who engage with media through a variety of lenses—cultural, economic, historical, legal, psychological and technological.
Utilizing a multimedia and multi-platform approach, this master’s program will provide you with a solid understanding of editing, ethics and law, reporting and writing, and help you as a current or an aspiring journalist to become an engaged and innovative professional.
Drawing from a long history and vast body of theory and research on the practice of development communication, this unique, one-year program is designed to meet the challenges of the 21st century in areas such as food security, gender equality, human rights, peace and conflict, public health and sustainability. Immerse yourself in a rigorous, forward-thinking curriculum grounded in the promotion of responsible and ethical change in those areas and related ones.
The Strategic Advertising and Marketing specialization in the Master of Marketing program combines the storytelling expertise of Temple University’s Klein College of Media and Communication with global leadership insights from the Fox School of Business. Designed for industry professionals, this part-time curriculum delivers the skills necessary to build strong brands.
Technical skills and media knowledge can converge in an exciting career, whether you want to direct films, operate cameras, run your own media firm or work as on-air talent. Learning in the Klein College of Media and Communication’s collaborative and high-energy environment, you’ll get hands-on experience with the conceptual and technical tools needed to prepare for a career in the production side of media.
Learn to apply and manage strategic communication as a part of a leadership team in this online program. By honing skills in issues management, organizational change, problem-solving and research, you’ll gain the competencies essential for creating effective relationships among all types of organizations and their markets.
Public relations is the strategic use of communication to build relationships between organizations and their constituents. Students majoring in Public Relations learn to assess situations and determine, create and communicate strategic messages to build beneficial relationships among all kinds of organizations—including corporate, government and nonprofit—and their various constituents.