Though we can’t welcome you to campus this semester, there are still plenty of ways for you to get to know the Newhouse School.
If you’re in interested in our professional master’s degree programs, contact the Office of Graduate Professional Programs. You can also meet our staff and ask questions at one of the many virtual graduate school fairs scheduled for this semester.
Newhouse hosted a series of virtual events this fall, specifically for prospective master’s students. All sessions are about one hour.
Master’s Program Information Session – Current Student Panel Discussion
Thursday, Nov. 5
A panel of current students will share their experiences in the program thus far. There will be time for questions and answers.
Master’s Program Information Session – Journalism programs
Monday, Nov. 16
Meet the program directors for our journalism-related programs:
Master’s Program Information Session – Strategic communication programs
Tuesday, Nov. 17
Meet the program directors for our programs related to strategic communications:
Master’s Program Information Session – Entertainment/creative programs
Friday, Nov. 20
Meet the program directors for our entertainment-related programs:
Master’s Program Information Session – Sports track
Monday, Nov. 23
Master’s Program Information Session – Admissions and Financial Aid
Wednesday, Dec. 2, 7 p.m. EDT
Join Associate Dean Joel Kaplan and Assistant Director Martha Coria for an overview of the application and admission process as well as information about financial aid.
To learn more about our academic master’s degree in media studies or our doctoral degree in mass communications, contact Amy Arends.
To learn about our online master’s degree programs in communications and communications management, register for an online information session.