- Master of Science in Leadership for the Creative Enterprises
- Master of Arts in Sound Arts and Industries
- Master of Science in Health Communication
- Master of Science in Communication
- Master of Fine Arts in Writing for the Screen and Stage
- Master of Fine Arts in Documentary Media
Some master’s programs require students to complete an internship or experiential component as a requirement for graduation. Currently, the Leadership for the Creative Enterprises, Sound Arts and Industries, Health Communication, and MFA programs have internship requirements. Requirements vary by program and students are encouraged to refer to their program of study for specific information.
SoConnect is the first place any SoC student should look for jobs, fellowships, internships, and EPICS events. EPICS cultivates relationships with employers across the arts, communication arts, cultural organizations, and in film, media, television, and production fields (to name a few!). Log in today to discover opportunities and events specifically for SoC students, including career coaching appointments.
EPICS provides empowering, focused coaching to a diverse group of academic programs within the School of Communication. EPICS career coaches are here to help students unlock their potential and develop professionally. Whether acting as a consultant to review resumes or offering strategies for a successful job search, coaching relationships can help student moves through their career journey. Career coaches are embedded in the six graduates programs mentioned at the top of this page and provide support and encouragement to students.
EPICS supports company site visits also known as “career treks” during the academic year. Each has a focus on the arts, theatre, communication, and creative industries. Chicago-based treks are offered throughout the year and focus on connecting with professionals, discovering internship opportunities, and learning about company culture.