Call for Applications now open for Georgia Tech's new M.S. in Global Media & Cultures and M.S. in Applied Language and Intercultural Studies! Priority Deadline Jan 15th / Final Deadline March 1st. See below for details.
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M.S. in Global Media and Cultures M.S. in Applied Language and Intercultural Studies The MS-GMC and MS-ALIS offer targeted preparation for emerging 21st century careers, from media and international business to non-profit, international education, and smart technologies. These degrees build on the rapidly growing media industry in Atlanta, the No.1 location in the U.S. for film production and home to over 2000 multinational businesses. Through internships, study abroad, multimedia projects, and advanced business-oriented language training, students build a professional portfolio that positions them for success in a global career. 1-year M.S. in Global Media and Cultures Chinese | French | German | Japanese | Russian | Spanish The MS-GMC is a joint degree by Georgia Tech's School of Modern Languages and School of Literature, Media, and Communication. It offers targeted bilingual preparation for careers in media, international business, and global leadership. We provide experiential training in media studies, cross-cultural communication, and advanced competence in a high-impact language and region. Students build a bilingual portfolio through internships, media production, research, and leadership opportunities. 1-year M.S. in Applied Language and Intercultural Studies Focus in Spanish, 2019 | French and German in 2020
The MS-ALIS trains you in the real-world applications of language for a wide range of career paths, from communications and non-profit to business, engineering, and medicine. As a student, you will gain professional-level language training and hands-on experiences through internships, study abroad, and creative projects, positioning you to pursue leadership roles in a range of industries. All courses in this program are in the target language.
*MS-GMC and MS-ALIS are BOR approved and pending SACSCOC approval.
Priority Deadline: January 15th Final Deadline: March 1st
Language proficiency will be evaluated via online interview after applications have been submitted. Students are encouraged to submit information about previous proficiency scores from official testing services to provide additional context for assessment. Students may apply to more than one program. Students must apply to each program separately to be considered for both programs. International students are encouraged to apply by the January 15th deadline. This program has been approved by the USG Board of Regents and is pending approval by our accrediting body SACSCOC. Applications are being accepted at this time. However, offers of admission will be made only after SACSCOC approval is granted.