Why Get a Degree in Emerging Media?
Loyola University Maryland’s online Master of Arts in Emerging Media prepares you to:
- Identify emerging trends in communication media
- Develop skills to utilize new media in real-world applications
- Craft strategies to implement new media in different settings
- Recognize how new communication platforms affect the way we live, act, and understand the world
By embracing new and emerging media, the program enables you to explore new media’s role in journalism, public relations, advertising, marketing, and other communication disciplines and contexts.
Visit the Emerging Media website to learn more about the program.
Join the program faculty and staff for an engaging virtual chat to discuss the degree program, curriculum, and admission process. Have you questions answered live and obtain the application fee waiver code by attending a live session.
Please register by clicking on the links below, or contact the Office of Graduate Admission at 410-617-5020 for more information.
Listen to a recording of a recent information session (9/16/15)
Other Virtual Information Sessions (all Loyola graduate programs)
Is the goal of your graduate education to secure a great first job, change careers, or earn a promotion through your current employer? Loyola's Career Center provides comprehensive and free services to all of its graduate students, including assisting graduate students in identifying and exploring career options; networking with alumni and employers; formulating a career action plan; and implementing an effective job search. Join Career Center representatives for an engaging virtual presentation and Q&A about these services and outcomes for Loyola graduate students.
Join Loyola's Assistant Director of Graduate Admission and Financial Aid for an informative presentation and Q&A chat on the financial aid process for graduate school. This session is open to students interested in any of the Loyola graduate programs.
Scholarships are available for part-time and full-time students for the 2015-16 academic year. The scholarships are merit-based and all applicants who submit complete applications by the scholarship deadlines will be considered pending merit and availability. Merit is based on academic leadership as evident in the application. There are no additional scholarship application requirements for eligibility.
Apply today for consideration, attend an information session on one of the dates below, or complete the "Request Information" form to learn more!