Program

Market share, mind share and competitive positioning are vital ingredients for organizational success. Achieving these goals on a global scale requires special knowledge and skills to effectively communicate shared meanings across countries and regions with diverse cultural, political, and economic characteristics. Global communication refers to the information flow that transcends national boundaries, that is mindful of organizational goals and objectives while being sensitive to peoples of different cultures and races, and that recognizes political and economic differences among global organizational stakeholders.

About the Program

The M.A. in Integrated Global Communication at Kennesaw State University is a professional-oriented, 33-hour, four semester graduate program that features:

Admissions and Curriculum

Admission to the program requires an earned BA or BS degree in communication or a related field from an accredited college or university

The curriculum follows a lock-step cohort model. All students will take the same courses each semester, except for the summer international experience. Hours per semester : 9 hours first fall, 9 hours spring, 6 hours summer international experience, and 9 hours final fall.

Classes are scheduled at 6:30 p.m. on weeknights.

Tuition

An all-inclusive tuition will cover costs associated with enrolling and taking classes in the MAIGC, including the summer international experience. This all-inclusive tuition covers:



Program Resources

Program Contacts

Dr. Buddy Mayo
Program Director, M.A. in Integrated Global Communication

Mrs. Jeannine Jones
Administrative Specialist V