Careers for M.A.D.C. Grads

Our program is designed to connect you to the industry as well as provide you with the skills to launch or enhance your career.

Internship Opportunities

Students have the option of completing an internship as one of their elective courses at a public relations firm, an office of communications and marketing, a fundraising internship, or in another related profession that would allow students to apply coursework to professional experience. These internships are intended to broaden the students' experience and understanding of the professional aspects of digital communication.

Digital Communication Career paths

Considering the need for both communication and digital knowledge in today’s professional world, an MA in Digital Communication would make your application stronger across a broad range of potential careers. Most organizations, businesses, government entities, and non-profits have a Communications Office or at least one staff member fully dedicated to communication, so you’d have the freedom to choose an industry that best meets your personal interests and professional goals. Beyond an Office of Communication or Office of Marketing, some career paths that specifically focus on digital communication include (but are not limited to):

  • Marketing specialist
  • Marketing manager
  • Graphic designer
  • Public relations specialist
  • Public relations manager
  • Fundraising manager
  • Advertising sales and management
  • Marketing, Promotions and Sales Managers
  • Market Research Analysts and Marketing Specialists
  • Arts, Design, Entertainment, Sports, and Media Occupations