The Ph.D. program in Communication, Information and Media trains students in the theoretical and research skills necessary for scholarly and professional leadership in the fields of communication, library and information science, and journalism and media studies. The strategic combination of these areas helps prepare students to address key questions facing our society in the 21st century. We focus on the nature and function of communication, information and media institutions, policies, processes and systems, examining their impact on individuals and social, organizational, national and international affairs. In doing so, our program’s interdisciplinary approaches to these issues are strongly supported and encouraged.
- Ph.D. (Doctor of Philosophy)
College Ave Campus - New Brunswick
For best consideration apply by these dates
|Application Type||US Applicants||Non-US Applicants||Merit-Based Aid|
|Ph.D.||January 5||January 5||January 5|