Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer
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Fall 2020 A start (Sep 4); B start (Oct 16) | Winter 2021 A start (Jan 1); B start (Feb 12) | Spring 2021 A start (Apr 2); B start (May 14)
Fall 2020 (Jul 13); Winter 2021 (Nov 2); Spring 2021 (Feb 8)
Credits Required for Graduation
45-49 quarter hours
The rise of social and digital media is changing organizational communication across industries, increasing the need for communication professionals with a diverse skill set whose messages get heard. From negotiation and writing, to crisis management and public speaking, the Master of Science in Corporate and Organizational Communication at Northeastern University will prepare you to address complex organizational communication challenges and collaborate effectively with internal and external stakeholders.
With a Master of Science in Corporate and Organizational Communication degree, you will have the unique opportunity to:
"The capstone class really helped me improve my writing skills, think about the words I use, and think about how to communicate with people." - Katheen A., Program Graduate
"The leadership concentration overall offered a great deal of reflection and introspection, and I'm very appreciative of that. I have always been a quiet, timid person, but aspired to be a leader. This course was aptly named, as I feel it truly helped develop my leadership capabilities." - Jillian P., Program Graduate
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 50-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.