Dual Degree in Global Communication
We prepare you to redefine the way the world communicates in two important global media capitals: Los Angeles and London.
You will learn to understand, interpret, assess and navigate the ever-changing world of politics, culture, communication, technology and economics with our expert faculty from USC Annenberg and The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).
Spending your first year at LSE and your second year at USC Annenberg, you can take courses in communication, journalism, public relations and public diplomacy. While earning your MA in Global Communication and MSc in Global Media and Communications, you will build a research portfolio and an international network that position you at the forefront of professional opportunities across global media, technology, advertising and business.
By the numbers
Student, alumni and faculty work
For Marie Chantal Marauta, the dual degree in global communication offered the chance to get international experience while studying gender and media in depth.
Global communication student Jermaine Richards focuses on finding technological solutions to meet the needs of vulnerable populations.
In his book Social Media Entertainment, Clinical Professor of Communication David Craig discusses how content creators on social media are forging something completely new by building community.
Learn on the global scale
From its founding, the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) has aimed to be a laboratory of the social sciences, a place where ideas are developed, analyzed, evaluated and disseminated around the world. Few university institutions are as international as the LSE. With this unique, first-of-its-kind dual degree, you will explore global communications with London as your campus.