The 36-credit Master’s in Communication and Information Studies (MCIS) program integrates theory and practice to advances professional practice in communication and information intensive professions. Students may follow a general plan of study or pursue a specialized track in Strategic Organization Communication, Digital Media (available online), or Health and Community Engagement. MCIS faculty emphasize original research, cutting edge theory, and knowledge and skills necessary to understand and manage the complex communication, information, and media processes inherent to the information age.
Announcements and Features
MCIS student Malaika Carpenter was featured in Rutgers Today. To read more about Malaika, click here.
On May 16, 2011, five MCIS students and four Fairleigh Dickinson University (FDU) students began a course in International Corporate and Cultural Communication offered at Wroxton College near Banbury, England.