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MA in Public Media Sample Course of Study

Journalism: Full-time student

August

  • PMMA 5011: August Intensive: Multimedia Tools

Fall

  • PMMA 5001 - Public Media Theory and Practice
  • PMMA 5102 - Press, Politics and Public Policy
  • PMMA 5201 - Social Media and Civic Engagement
  • GSAS approved elective or internship (PMMA 6398 or 6399) or additional course

Winter

  • PMMA 5012: January Intensive: Fundamentals of Web Design

Spring

  • PMMA 5002 - Public Journalism
  • PMMA 6102 - Video Narrative (reporting and production)
  • PMMA 6103 - Data Journalism and Interactive Graphics
  • GSAS approved elective or internship (PMMA 6398 or 6399) or additional course

Summer

  • PMMA 7619 - Special Master’s Project Journalism

Strategic Communication: Full-time student

August

  • PMMA 5011: August Intensive: Multimedia Tools

Fall

  • PMMA 5001 - Public Media Theory and Practice
  • PMMA 5202 - Digital Media and Social Responsibility
  • PMMA 5203 - Technology and Public Communication
  • GSAS approved elective or internship (PMMA 6398 or 6399) or additional course

Winter

  • PMMA 5012: January Intensive: Fundamentals of Web Design

Spring

  • PMMA 5003 - Strategic Communication
  • PMMA 6201 - PR for the Public Interest
  • PMMA 6206 - Persuasion and Public Opinion
  • GSAS approved elective or internship (PMMA 6398 or 6399) or additional course

Summer

  • PMMA 7629 - Special Master’s Project Strategic Communication

Note: Some courses are held up at the Rose Hill/Bronx campus, and some are down at the Lincoln Center/Manhattan campus. We do this so students have a chance to work with faculty associated with both campuses, as well as take advantage of the different opportunities that each campus and neighborhood has to offer.