Program Overview

From small nonprofits to large corporations, the communication position plays a vital role in how the public views an organization's brand. With more avenues to communicate with consumers than ever, organizations need to have a strategic communication plan in place to create an active and loyal audience.

In the Master's of Strategic Communication program at Regis College, you will learn how to build long-term relationships between your organization and the public. You will be able to leverage the skills you will learn, such as intercultural communication, organizational communication, and new media communication, to effectively communicate your organization's story.

At Regis, you are able to customize your experience by choosing a specialization that you are passionate about. We offer a specialization in both sports communication and nonprofit communication.

This program features three tracks

The skills you will learn while earning your degree

  • Evaluate major communication theories and apply them in workplace settings.
  • Apply quantitative and qualitative research tools in professional settings.
  • Employ effective techniques for communicating with people of diverse cultural backgrounds.
  • Write clear and effective professional reports and messaging.
  • Collaborate in small groups using effective teamwork skills.
  • Design a strategic integrated marketing communication plan with new technologies.
A photo of Carol Giacomo '70 standing in front of the New York Times building

Speaking Her Mind

Formerly a diplomatic correspondent for Reuters, Carol Giacomo ’70 traveled to more than 100 countries with eight U.S. secretaries of state and then joined The New York Times editorial board. But before all of that, she found her start, and voice, at Regis.

Gaining Experience

The specialized capstone experience allows you to take what you learned in the classroom and apply it to a professional setting. At Regis, we will work with you to make sure your capstone experience is in the industry you want by assisting with internship placement. You will develop your communication skills, learn from professionals working in the field, and build your professional network.