The Georgia Institute of Technology is calling for graduate applications for the 1-year M.S. in Global Media and Cultures (MS-GMC). Launched in 2019, MS-GMC is a joined degree by the School of Modern Languages and the School of Literature, Media, and Communication. As the first advanced degree in foreign languages and cultural studies in the United States explicitly designed for industry careers, MS-GMC builds on Georgia Tech’s cutting-edge programs in foreign language and media education. It prepares students to work effectively in contexts ranging from non-profit, business, engineering, public policy, and medicine. You can read about our program on NY Times Opinion.
MS-GMC takes three semesters (Fall, Spring, and Summer) to complete. Students take 30 credit hours of coursework, have a concentration in one of the available languages, defend a professional portfolio, and complete a final project.
The program is currently offered in six different language concentrations: Chinese, Japanese, French, German, Russian, and Spanish.