The next generation of strategic communication students must be equipped to work in a global environment. This interest area is designed to capitalize on Missouri’s international reputation and its international resources by placing under one umbrella the school’s existing study abroad opportunities, its internationally focused media and multimedia projects with global partners. Students in this area take strategic communication courses to complement their international interests. This degree is overseen by the strategic communication faculty but is administered by the school’s Global Programs office.
Students are required to earn a minimum of six credits from a School of Journalism Global Study Abroad program. Credits from the New York and Washington D.C. programs cannot be used to meet this requirement.
All strategic communication students must take the following courses at the upper-division level:
Journalism Study Abroad (6) It is recommended that the student study abroad in second semester of junior year or first semester of senior year.