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Communication, Culture & Technology

Georgetown University
Washington, DC

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  • Tipo de Escuela

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    Privado
  • Coste de la Aplicación

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    $90
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Nuestro Programa

Whether you're a techie or non-techie, CCT helps you develop the thinking skills for leadership roles in tomorrow’s careers.

Communication, Culture and Technology is Georgetown's flagship interdisciplinary Master of Arts Program. Since 1996, we have been studying the impact of technology on society, and society on technology.

  • Students build an individualized curriculum that allows for intellectual exploration.
  • Only 2 mandatory courses. Electives may be from CCT and other schools on campus.
  • Course offerings cover both theory and application.
  • Techies and non-techies work together in a diverse, challenging, collaborative environment.
  • The CCT community includes an active alumni network that spans a wide range of careers.
  • Merit-based scholarships and fellowships are available.

Admisiones

  • Coste de la Aplicación

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    $90

Requisitos

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    GRE
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    TOEFL
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    IELTS
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    Transcripciones Académicas Certificadas
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    Descripción Personal
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    3 Cartas de Recomendación
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    Video Statement (prompts provided): Optional but highly recommended

Requisitos Adicionales

See full application instructions in How to Apply.

If you have questions, please contact CCT Admissions at CCTadmissions@georgetown.edu.

Fecha límite de postulación

For Fall entry and scholarship/fellowship consideration: January 15

For regular Fall entry: April 1

For regular Spring entry: October 1

See Tips & Timelines.

Tipo de Estudiantes

  • Número Total de Estudiantes

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    70 Estudiantes
  • Mujer

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    80% Mujer
  • Hombre

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    20% Hombre

Inclusión

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    For more on class profiles, see cct.georgetown.edu/class-demographics.
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    Most classes are seminar-style with 10-15 students.

Clubes y Asociaciones

gnovis: CCT's student-run peer-reviewed academic journal and blog

Car Barn Academy: skills workshops run by CCT students

GradGov: Georgetown University Graduate Student Government

Lo Que Dicen Nuestros Estudiantes

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     I chose CCT because I wanted to make sense of all my interests. I was a tinkerer who dabbled with code, had an affinity for brand strategy and loved to write. CCT helped me turn my many interests into a focus and eventually a career. 

    Deron Hogans, M.A. Communication, Culture & Technology ‘12
  • Mihika Sapru image

    CCT stood out to me because the other programs I was looking at seemed to focus on the relationship between media–TV and film specifically–and culture, whereas CCT has much more emphasis on the relationship between technology and society. Given my interest in tech policy, studying in the heart of D.C. just made sense!

    Mihika Sapru, M.A. Communication, Culture & Technology ‘19
  • Remel Hoskins image

    CCT serves as a collaborative environment where instead of competing with each other, we network to help one another achieve academic and professional goals. Because CCT is an interdisciplinary Master's degree program, everyone is pursuing something different and tailored to their specific interests. 

    Remel Hoskins, M.A. Communication, Culture & Technology ‘19
Deron Hogans image

 I chose CCT because I wanted to make sense of all my interests. I was a tinkerer who dabbled with code, had an affinity for brand strategy and loved to write. CCT helped me turn my many interests into a focus and eventually a career. 

Deron Hogans, M.A. Communication, Culture & Technology ‘12
Mihika Sapru image

CCT stood out to me because the other programs I was looking at seemed to focus on the relationship between media–TV and film specifically–and culture, whereas CCT has much more emphasis on the relationship between technology and society. Given my interest in tech policy, studying in the heart of D.C. just made sense!

Mihika Sapru, M.A. Communication, Culture & Technology ‘19
Remel Hoskins image

CCT serves as a collaborative environment where instead of competing with each other, we network to help one another achieve academic and professional goals. Because CCT is an interdisciplinary Master's degree program, everyone is pursuing something different and tailored to their specific interests. 

Remel Hoskins, M.A. Communication, Culture & Technology ‘19

Matrícula & Ayuda Financiera

Información Adicional

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    Ayuda Financiera Disponible
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    For tuition and scholarship information, see cct.georgetown.edu/tuition-scholarships.