Ask Me Anything: Introducing UW Communication Leadership Grad Program – Jan. 25, 12 pm PST

“I am about to complete my undergraduate degree in the Communication Department. What is the next step?”

Are you interested in launching a successful career in communication, marketing, content strategy, community building, or user design? Do you hope to lead purposeful change, and tap into an influential professional network in a world capital of innovation?

If your answer is yes, getting a master’s degree in the Communication Leadership program housed at the Department of Communication at UW could be your new chapter!

To start the new year, our program will co-host an informal lunchtime chat to answer all your questions about our program during our “Ask Me Anything.”

Come join us on January 25 at noon and bring the questions that you have about grad school or our degrees. We’re here to help you decide if our degrees are right for you – and set you up for success in your application.

Register Now! 

Questions?Please contact Liyao Zhao at liyaoz1@uw.edu.

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About the UW Communication Leadership Grad Program

Building on a 20-year legacy, the Communication Leadership graduate program will help you build the skills to lead purposeful change, and connect you to an influential professional network in Seattle.

Program Highlights:

  • Students have two distinct degree options: Master of Communication in Digital Media and Master of Communication in Communities & Networks
  • Our program offers a wide range of courses and topics and allows you to design and customize your own path to a master’s degree including the courses you want. Our curricular areas include Storytelling, Content Strategy & User Experience, Marketing & Analytics, Emergent Technology, and Community & Leadership.
  • Alumni of our program work at key institutions include Amazon, Microsoft, Facebook, T-Mobile, Edelman, WE Communications and King County.
  • Our program offers two degree options, both in STEM fields. International students qualify for the 24 month STEM OPT extension.
  • GRE is not required.
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