Loyola University Maryland

Emerging Media


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The online program requires 33 total credit hours—nine 3-credit courses and a 6-credit capstone project—to be completed in 12 months for full-time students or up to 44 months for part-time students. Students will be required to take at least one course each semester. Courses will be offered in the fall, spring, and summer semesters. Learn more by visiting the detailed course description page.

The fall and spring semester courses will run online on a standard 14-week schedule. In the summer, there will be two independent one-week courses that will require residency at Loyola’s Evergreen campus in Baltimore, MD.

M.A. Emerging Media

Course Schedule

Fall 2015

  • Exploring Digital Culture - Dr. Neil Alperstein
  • The User Experience - Dr. Jonathan Lillie
  • Emerging Media in Strategic Communication- Dr. Gregory Hoplamazian
  • Emerging Media Applications - Dr. Neil Alperstein
  • Emerging Media Law and Regulation - Dr. Elliot King
  • Capstone Project - Dr. Neil Alperstein

Spring 2016

  • Exploring Digital Culture - Dr. Neil Alperstein
  • Media Innovation - Dr. Elliot King
  • Emerging Media in Strategic Communication - Dr. Tania Cantrell Rosas-Moreno
  • Social, Political, Economic and Cultural Issues in Emerging Media - Dr. Amy Becker
  • Capstone Project - Dr. Neil Alperstein

Please note that this is a projected schedule for upcoming semesters. Students should use WebAdvisor to view available courses for each semester.