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Online Master of Mass Communication Programs at University of Florida
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Our Graduate Programs

For students seeking a master's degree. Students take coursework that runs from 33 to 38 credit hours, which is 11 to 13 classes.
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Our Certificate Programs

For students not pursuing a master's degree. Students complete a shorter term of study, generally four courses or 12 to 14 credit hours. Learn More...
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Why the University of Florida?

Here’s Why You Should Earn a Master’s Degree from the University of Florida

Merit

Flexibility

Work full time while earning your master's degree online and finish your degree in under two years.

Reputation

Faculty

Our faculty are professionals, at the top of industry. Learn analytics from a Google account manager, learn storytelling from a CNN reporter.

Results

Results

Our graduates report earning $18k more upon graduation. And, our programs boast a 97% career placement rate.

Value

Value

An exceptional education for the best value. UF ranks #2 Best Online College by TheBestSchools, and #3 Best Value College by Forbes.

Gator Nation

Gator Nation

Join a Gator Nation family of more than 360,000 alumni, residing in every state and more than 135 foreign countries.

Master Access

Master Access

Our alumni benefit allows you to observe courses in all of our MAMC specializations for years to come, helping you stay on the leading edge of communications.

Stats, Facts & Rankings

You May Qualify for a GRE Waiver! Find Out How

What Our Alumni Say

“I am very grateful to the UF Online MAMC program for helping me grow in my career. With the digital industry constantly changing, new skills and strategies are crucial to stay successful. I'd learn something in class at night and take that idea into work the next day. Not only do I benefit from my master's degree, but so does my employer, and the knowledge I acquired helped me earn a promotion after graduation.”

Lisa Hope

Director of Marketing and Engagement, University of Florida

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