Master of Science in Journalism
The WVU Reed College of Media’s Master of Science in Journalism (MSJ) program provides students with an advanced understanding of media disciplines, preparing them for careers in the industry or academia.
The 30-hour MSJ program offers students the choice of two tracks: the teaching-research track for those who wish to go pursue a doctoral degree and the professional track for those seeking professional opportunities in mass communications.Learn more about the MSJ program.
Master of Science in Integrated Marketing Communications
The Integrated Marketing Communications (IMC) master’s degree program at the College of Media is offered exclusively online, enabling students to earn their degrees in this fast-growing field from anywhere in the world. A degree in IMC equips graduates with the latest strategic communications techniques that differentiate them from others in the field. Our 13-course master’s degree program helps students view marketing as a whole picture and not just as separate entities of public relations, advertising and marketing communications.
In addition to the full master’s degree program, we also offer two graduate certificate programs. Working professionals can earn a five-course graduate certificate in Integrated Marketing Communications or in Digital Marketing Communications, which allows students to explore digital media implications for marketers, as well as the evolving connections between advertising, technology, design, society, culture and business.