Explore the wide variety of ways in which messages are communicated throughout society. Our programs prepare you for successful careers in public relations, strategic communication, health communication, film/video production, international and intercultural communication, and academic research in contexts as broad as business, government, education and non-profit organizations.
As a media, film & journalism studies graduate student, you will also have access to our internship program, a unique extension of the classroom that allows you to gain experience and make connections that can benefit you after graduation.
Select from a diverse and innovative set of graduate programs. All of these programs offer you not only the skills necessary to succeed in the communications field, but the perspective to do so as an ethically informed and socially aware communicator.
Interested in a Media, Film & Journalism Studies (MFJS), Strategic Communication (SCOM), or International & Intercultural Communication (IIC) graduate program? Complete a brief form and receive more information about our graduate programs.
We are accepting applications through July 15 for a fall 2015 start.
Online Information Sessions
Interested in learning more about the MFJS and IIC graduate program offerings? Email Kate.Burns@du.edu to schedule an online informational session to interact with graduate directors and faculty.
Hear what our alumni have to say
Our graduates find success in all corners of the world. We asked a few of them to talk briefly about their graduate student experience at DU and give us an update on where they are now.
Scott Calhoun, MA in Media, Film & Journalism, Video Emphasis
Danielle English, MS in Strategic Communication