M.A. Global Communication
The Master of Arts in Global Communication requires 42 units to graduate; 18 units earned at the London School of Economics (LSE) and 24 units earned at USC.
Year at LSE: The LSE academic year has three terms. Students will complete classes approved by faculty at the LSE. Students must earn at least 3 units at LSE, which articulates as 18 units at USC.
Year at USC: Students must complete COMM 598 as well as 20 elective units from the School of Communication graduate curriculum. Students may choose one of their elective courses from a department outside Annenberg with the approval of their advisor.
Students will produce a final research project on global communication that will be the product of work done at the LSE and Annenberg. Students complete a research project during the summer after their year at the LSE for which grades are awarded by LSE faculty. A passing grade is required. They will continue to develop this project during their year at Annenberg in COMM 598 and must earn a grade of B- or higher.
Students will be awarded a Master of Arts (M.A.) in Global Communication by USC as well as a Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Global Media and Communications by the LSE.
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