Opportunities and Outcomes
Career development resources are an essential part of your graduate studies. In addition to the industry leaders and guest speakers you’ll meet in the classroom, students in the M.A. in Graphic Communications Management and Technology program receive individual professional and academic advisement from the director and the assistant director of the program throughout their studies.
A 44-member advisory board also participates in a mentoring program for students. Your mentor may help you to locate an internship opportunity, clarify the role of the manager in the current media environment, discuss your observations of real-world business scenarios, or offer insight into careers in the field. The program assists you in finding credit-bearing internships and provides access to a host of forums and resources for career development. Recently, students have held internships at global companies including Young & Rubicam, Inc.; Hewlett-Packard Development Company, LP; Dalim Software GmbH, and Diversified Global Graphics Group (DG3).
The astonishing pace of technological innovation continues to transform graphic communications media, generating a growing demand for innovative professionals who possess strong leadership skills and a command of graphic communications technology. Across a spectrum of fields—from public relations to website development—growth potential is highest for those who understand how to produce content in many forms and measure return on investment through multiple media channels.
The M.A. in Graphic Communications Management and Technology provides you with a comprehensive understanding of integrated media to meet your professional goals, whether you work in advertising and marketing, publishing, Web development, or other related fields.
Enrolled students and recent graduates hold positions with top corporations and media agencies, including:
- The New York Times Company
- Clinique Laboratories, LLC
- MTV Networks
- Hudson Yards
- Razorfish, Inc.
- New York City Council
- Morgan Stanley
Employment opportunities are diverse and range from web content/social media manager to vice president, art direction, and project management.
The M.A. in Graphic Communications Management and Technology program is no longer accepting applications for new students.