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Our Partnership with Syracuse University’s S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications

The Newhouse School at Syracuse University is named in honour of Samuel I. Newhouse, a pioneer in the communications industry, having founded media organizations including Condé Nast, Fairchild Publications, and Parade in addition to 26 daily newspapers around the United States. The Newhouse school embraces virtually every known form of information dissemination from print journalism to broadcast journalism to online communication and from advertising and public relations.

The MCM program is based on the Newhouse School’s pioneering blended learning graduate progran in Communications Management. The Newhouse Communications Management program provides communications professionals with at least five years of experience in public relations or a related field an opportunity to achieve mastery of these areas while advancing as a decision maker, manager, and counselor in a challenging global economy.

With nearly 400 graduates, the alumni base for Communications Management alumni belong to a number of highly recognizable firms and organizations such as Abbott Laboratories, Annenberg-CPB, BellSouth International, Carrier Corporation, the Canadian Pacific Railway, Ernst and Young, General Motors, Inc., Hallmark Cards, Harley-Davidson Motor Company, Hill and Knowlton, Intel Corporation, International Paper, Jaguar Cars of North America, Ketchum Public Relations, Eastman Kodak, Eli Lilly and Company, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, The Museum of Modern Art (NYC), the University of Florida, Yale-New Haven Hospital, and the Xerox Corporation.