[Air-L] Graduate programs for "internet studies"?
dperkel at ischool.berkeley.edu
Wed Sep 29 10:52:41 PDT 2010
You may also want to consider the somewhat nebulous, but interesting, world
of "Information Schools." (Or: Schools of Information, Schools of
Information and Library Science, or Informatics Programs....and more!) A
list of some of these schools--though not all--can be found in the right
hand column of http://ischools.org/. The kind of work you seem interested in
doing would be a really good fit for many of those programs either at the
Master's or PhD level. I would advise looking carefully look through both
the faculty and students in each (though the websites often don't reflect
what's actually happening in the program).
There are also Sociology and Communication programs (I am guessing Polisci
also) that have experts in areas you are interested in as well.
UC Berkeley School of Information, Berkeley Center for New Media
On Wed, Sep 29, 2010 at 10:32 AM, Brabham, Daren C
<dbrabham at email.unc.edu>wrote:
> The School of Journalism & Mass Communication at UNC-Chapel Hill offers an
> online M.A. in Technology & Communication: http://matc.jomc.unc.edu/ , as
> well as an online graduate Certificate in Technology & Communication (part
> of which can be rolled into the M.A.). The MATC is an online program, but it
> requires two brief residencies on campus (a two-day session in the summer
> before the program starts and a week-long session in the summer between the
> first and second year).
> Also, many schools (including my alma mater, the University of Utah) offer
> considerable flexibility to craft your own path through the degree program.
> If these schools offer the courses and faculty in the areas you're looking
> for (as Utah does), you're in good shape to make that program very internet
> Daren C. Brabham, Ph.D.
> Assistant Professor
> School of Journalism & Mass Communication
> University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
> Carroll Hall, CB 3365
> Chapel Hill, NC 27599
> (919) 962-0676 (office)
> (801) 633-4796 (cell)
> daren.brabham at unc.edu
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