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Communication Arts, M.A.

Join a thriving network of communication arts leaders working in high-level positions in the industry all across the globe. Get critical experience with New York Tech’s cutting-edge technology and learn from experts in the business.

The College of Arts & Sciences is no longer accepting applications for this degree program.


What You’ll Learn

The Communication Arts, M.A. is a flexible, experiential degree that allows you to explore research, aesthetic design, cultural studies, and production in a variety of media. You can also tailor your degree to your goals and skills by pursuing your own areas of interest, including:

  • Producing traditional and nontraditional productions for broadcast, cable, broadband, and the web.
  • Joining ProdCo, New York Tech’s professional production company, to write a dramatic or comedic script.
  • Directing a digital movie on location or producing a documentary.
  • Creating a new reality or talk show in our television studio on our own web channel, Globesville.
  • Working on real client projects in the Carleton Group (Long Island) or the Brandstanders (NYC), our student-run advertising/PR agencies.

Employers

  • Canon U.S.A.
  • CNBC
  • Fox News
  • Holovis
  • MSG Networks
  • MTV

Career Options

  • Documentary Scriptwriter
  • E-Journalist
  • Film Critic
  • Movie Director
  • On-Air Talent
  • Social Media Specialist
  • Videoblogger
  • Website designer
Lana Reimer Vogel (M.A. ’90)

NBC Universal

Reimer Vogel joined NBC as an intern while still an undergraduate; more than 30 years later, she has worked the Olympics, four Super Bowls, the World Series, and more.

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Dana Arschin (M.A. ’10)

TV Reporter

Dana filed her first story when she was in grade school. Now, she’s a general assignment reporter at Fox 5 New York.

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Dianne Baumert-Moyik (M.A. ’92)

Northrop Grumman

Currently senior manager of program communications at Northrop Grumman Corporation, the fifth-largest defense contractor in the world, Dianne has continued her studies throughout her professional career.

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Exceptional experiences.
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How You’ll Succeed

You’ll work alongside expert faculty who have years of professional industry experience and benefit from their connections and expertise. You’ll work with high-end cameras and post-production equipment, and gain experience in our HD studio and control room with graphic workstations, a wireless cellular field camera, multi-track audio recording, a modern LED lighting fleet, and more.

US News and World Report Best Regional College Ranking

Top-Tier Ranking

New York Tech is ranked among the top 50 regional universities in the North.

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