This program will teach you how to communicate effectively across cultures and geographic boundaries to offer solutions to world problems such as climate change, immigration, poverty, human rights, business ethics, education and more. Our graduates solve problems on a global scale using strategic interpersonal communication skills with attention to cultural considerations.
This program is specifically designed for the doers and dreamers of the world who never back down from a challenge. Our students possess an unparalleled passion for developing creative and effective solutions for problems in business or nonprofit environments large and small. Driven by the desire to achieve greater results, these students lead coworkers, peers, and stakeholders on a mission to turn aspirations into reality.
The program is composed of three core pillars, which include Messaging, Communication, and Culture. These pillars account for 25 credits of classes, leaving the remaining 12 credits for additional customization through completion of courses from a specialized track of your choice. Choose from tracks including Audience Analytics, Cross Media Sales, Digital Strategy, Political Communication, Public Relations, Social Media, Storytelling, or Web Design and Online Communication. The degree plan includes a total of 37 credit hours— 34 hours of coursework plus three final credits in the capstone course. The capstone course allows students to solve real-world communications problems by working with a client. Unique Learning Experience UF CJC Online programs are designed for students who crave:
Core Competencies of Global Strategic Communication Students learn how to:
Core Courses of Global Strategic Communication
Fall: July 1
Spring: November 1
Summer: April 1
Specific positions you may qualify for upon graduation include:
I loved the online program. Attending UF was a dream come true for me, and it was only possible through the online program. Additionally, the GSC program was a perfect fit for me. I am now the manager of events and marketing at a nonprofit called The Covering House. There is no doubt in my mind that my master's degree was one reason why I received this position. I was able to jump right in to this job without any trouble, and I firmly believe the education I received through the online program is why I was able to do this.Mandy Darr
Manager of Events & Partnerships, The Covering House
UF MA '14