Webster University's School of Communications offers programs covering a wide range of communication specialties. The curriculum integrates theory and practice, emphasizes experiential learning, promotes creative thinking and incorporates global learning experiences.
Digital technology is changing the means and modes of communication, and executives in many of today's organizations expect communications professionals to possess managerial expertise and strategic planning abilities to go along with technical knowledge. A graduate degree from the School of Communications at Webster University can provide the edge needed to keep skills relevant.
Often appealing to adult learners wanting to earn education credit to aid in refocusing or advancing their careers.
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Preparing students for in-demand positions in the evolving marketplace
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Graduate students in advertising and marketing learn to stay competitive through application of emerging technologies, understanding the influences of global cultures and developing socially responsible advertising strategies. Theory-based study enables students to anticipate and successfully engage in consumer trends, non-traditional media and new technologies.