Explore the diversity of communication while focusing on how different areas study communication technologies. The Master of Arts in communication, technology and society develops thought leaders to bring critical thinking, global insights and historical perspectives to technological research, debates and decision-making. Emphasizing the impacts and interconnections of technologies in society and culture, a full range of theoretical and methodological approaches are deployed, including social science, critical/cultural, ethnographic and others. Gain the tools to understand and utilize research technologies as social phenomena in various communication contexts. Become prepared to enter doctoral study, teaching, business, politics or social organizing with advanced communication expertise.
All full-time students receive a full tuition waiver plus teaching and/or research assistantships with a stipend of approximately $12,000 per academic year.
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