Online Education at West Virginia University
The WVU Perley Isaac Reed School of Journalism is a student-centered journalism school that has been graduating mass communications specialists since 1939. While rooted in tradition, the School also offers an innovative, student-centered curriculum and real-world experiences that prepare students for careers in 21st century mass communications. Our students learn by doing, using state-of-the-art equipment and cutting-edge media technology. And our award-winning faculty work one-on-one with students to help launch their careers and dreams.
Why Study at West Virginia University?
Gain an edge in today's dynamic marketplace by earning a master's degree from the Integrated Marketing Communications program offered online by the P. I. Reed School of Journalism at West Virginia University. The IMC program unites students, regardless of geography and circumstance, under the supportive instruction of proven industry professionals in a diverse, interactive educational community. Designed with the working professional in mind, the program's flexibility and practical focus are ideal for achievers looking to advance -- no matter where they call home.
The P.I. Reed School of Journalism is home to the nation's first, totally online Integrated Marketing Communications (IMC) master's degree program. This professional program unites students and faculty from across the nation and around the world in an interactive educational community.
- Students can earn a Master's degree in IMC in approximately two years.
- Course scheduling in the IMC program is flexible. Students plan their own schedules and are able to take a short break from coursework if necessary.
- Approximately 200 students are currently enrolled in the IMC program at WVU.
- Over 95% of IMC students remain actively employed while completing their degree.
- Members of the IMC faculty have significant professional experience in their respective fields and hold Master's or doctoral degrees.