Emerson’s graduate programs are designed to help students develop the professional, research, and artistic skills necessary for leadership in the communications and arts fields. Because Emerson believes communication and the arts are fundamental to the growth of societies, the College is committed to ensuring students are knowledgeable about future trends in communication and the arts.
The 12 graduate programs at Emerson College are committed to the discovery of new ideas and knowledge so graduates will realize intellectual and creative fulfillment, personal enrichment, and their career objectives. Emerson College educates graduate students who wish to re-enter the labor market, seek a career change, or strengthen their value in their professional careers. To assist working professionals and lifelong learners, Emerson offers part-time enrollment in seven of its graduate degree programs, as well as programs fully online (Popular Fiction Writing and Publishing) or in low-residency format (Writing for Film and Television). Full-time enrollment is required in the Communication Disorders, Journalism, and Global Marketing Communication and Advertising programs. Click on the links below for more information.