Professional Master's Program

Today’s uber-connected, data-driven global economy requires highly effective communication skills, strategies and techniques. Our on-campus Pro Master’s Track is designed specifically for those who want to develop additional skills to become more competitive in today’s communication job market.

Become “Career Ready”

Designed specifically for those who want to develop additional skills to become more competitive in the job market, our Pro Master’s track—which is part of our overall Master of Arts in Mass Communication (MAMC) degree—can be achieved in as little as 1 year.  Earning this advanced degree will make you more attractive in today’s competitive job market, enable you to command a higher starting salary and accelerate your career advancement possibilities.

Leverage the Prestige of a UF Degree

But a fast-paced curriculum isn’t the only benefit of this program. As a University of Florida MAMC graduate, you will earn an advanced degree that carries the cachet of one the top-ranked Master of Arts in Mass Communication programs in the nation from a top 10 public university. Graduates of this program are highly marketable and are able to better position themselves for the top tier job opportunities available now and well into the future.

Career Potential

Our accelerated Pro Master’s MAMC program was intentionally created to deliver maximum flexibility and accommodate students motivated to earn an advanced degree in a shorter timespan to be career-ready and more rapidly propel their careers. As a key part of this built-in flexibility, UF has developed a “mix and match” coursework structure that allows you to customize the direction you want your education to take, the focus areas most applicable to your career goals and the ability to set the right pace to meet your needs.

Minimum Requirements for Acceptance

Applicants must have a baccalaureate degree
An undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or better
GRE scores (see below)
For international students, TOEFL scores

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Application process includes an online application and information sent to both the College and UF.

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FOR MORE INFORMATION

Contact:

Debbie Treise
Associate Dean, Graduate Studies and Research Division

352-273-5555