Our Graduate Programs
UF CJC Online offers professionally-focused master’s concentrations designed to challenge, enhance skills and prepare students for exciting careers. Students who complete all degree plan requirements receive a Master of Arts in Mass Communication degree from the nationally renowned College of Journalism and Communications at the University of Florida. Our graduate education–founded in theory and influenced by industry–transforms lives. We offer the most comprehensive, digitally-focused online graduate programs in the world. Discover which of our concentrations is right for you by reading more about each below. Learn More…
Our Certificate Programs
In addition to our master’s concentrations, UF CJC Online offers several graduate certificates in a variety of communications concentrations. Certificate students complete a shorter term of study, generally four courses or 12 to 14 credit hours. Learn More…
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Your Story Starts Here
The University of Florida provides more than just a quality and transformational educational experience, it connects you to unparalleled opportunities for networking and personal growth. The College of Journalism and Communications is considered one of the nation’s best. The strength of its programs, faculty, students and alumni throughout its history has earned the college ongoing recognition as one of the best journalism and communication programs in the United States.
The online aspect of the MAMC program provided the flexibility I needed to continue my job and earn my graduate degree at the same time. Overall, I found my experience in UF’s College of Journalism and Communications to be both stimulating and rewarding. The knowledge I have gained from my interactions with students and professors in the program has been invaluable to my professional growth. If it weren’t for the foundation I received from the University of Florida, I wouldn’t have my dream job today.– KIMBERLY DEVITT, Vice President of Public Relations at TELETIES, UF MA ’16