Georgetown CCT Program

Georgetown CCT Program

Communication, Culture, and Technology Program at Georgetown University

Location
Washington D.C. Metro Area
Industry
Education Management

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Georgetown CCT Program's Summary

The Communication, Culture & Technology Master of Arts Program (CCT) M.A. graduate program explores the relationship between changing technology and changing cultures, including research, government, media, business, and communication. By cutting across disciplinary and institutional boundaries, students develop creative solutions to complex problems posed by new technologies; students provide new leadership by thinking differently about today's ambiguities and complexities.

(CCT) investigates how we use media and technology to communicate from social, economic, political, and cultural perspectives. Our graduate program is designed for people who want to combine their academic interests with studies of the history and future of technology. We produce incredibly talented, communicative, technologically minded, forward thinking, progressive, motivated and creative graduates that collectively have very diverse backgrounds and skill sets. Our graduates go on to do amazing things in so many careers and professional fields. We have alumni working in consulting, non-profit, web services, government, media relations, information technology, education, journalism and writing and even a good number that are self-employed. A lot of our graduates also decide to continue on to Ph.D. programs. Regardless of where they end up, the common thread is that they all started here, at CCT.


Specialties: *Cultural Studies

*Issues in Globalization

*Media, Art & Representation

*Media and Politics

*Technology & Society

*Technology, Business & the Economy

*Technology & Information Policy

Georgetown CCT Program's Experience

Communication, Culture, and Technology Program

Georgetown University

Educational Institution; 5001-10,000 employees; Higher Education industry

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Georgetown CCT Program's Skills & Expertise

  1. Program Management
  2. Cultural Studies
  3. Non-profits
  4. Qualitative Research
  5. Editing
  6. Research
  7. Corporate Communications
  8. International Development
  9. Teaching
  10. Politics
  11. Leadership
  12. Intercultural Communication
  13. Policy
  14. Public Policy
  15. Nonprofits
  16. Fundraising
  17. Program Development
  18. Community Outreach
  19. Marketing
  20. Journalism
  21. Program Evaluation
  22. International Relations
  23. Blogging
  24. Strategic Communications
  25. Proposal Writing
  26. Policy Analysis
  27. SPSS
  28. Government
  29. Spanish
  30. Higher Education
  31. Political Science
  32. Public Relations
  33. Social Media
  34. Event Planning
  35. Public Speaking

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Georgetown CCT Program's Education

Georgetown University

M.A., Communication, Culture, and Technology

Georgetown CCT Program's Additional Information

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Media, Politics, The Internet, World Wide Web, Globalization, Technology, Culture, Policy, Government, Networks, Economics, Trade, Communications, Art, Hybridity, Societies, Information and Innovation Policy, Education, International Development

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Georgetown University, NetImpact, Gnovis,Fulbright, EducationUSA, AED, IIE

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