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About the APR Opportunity:
Why consider a Northeastern master’s degree in corporate and organizational communication? We recognize the knowledge and competencies demonstrated by those earning the APR. As a result, APR holders have the unique opportunity to accelerate through the Master of Science in Corporate and Organizational program by applying this credential in exchange for transfer credit.
Successful applicants with the APR:
As a student in the organizational communication master's program, you will have the opportunity to:
Selecting a Concentration:
Concentrations that align with skills in demand in the profession are a key component of the master’s program. You might decide to pursue more advanced courses within the Public and Media Relations concentration, or select a concentration such as Social Media and Online Communities or Project Management.
If you are in a management role – or aspire to be – and have at least five years of professional communication experience, you might consider the new Leading Communication Strategy and Talent Development concentration. There are limited number of places in the Fall 2017 cohort.
A corporate communications master’s program at Northeastern University enables you to create the educational experience that best meets your career and life goals. Recognized as part of a top 40-research university, our organizational communications degree offers a dynamic learning environment, fueled, informed, and inspired by professionally-oriented, hands-on study.
Experiential learning. Industry-aligned coursework. Flexible study options. Our corporate communications master’s also allows you access to a global network of faculty practitioners, corporate partners, distinguished alumni, and fellow communications master’s degree students. Together, these form the cornerstone of a master’s in organizational communications that’s innovative, yet relevant; practical, yet transformative.