• CCT students study in Geneva, Switzerland

    CCT Students in Geneva, Switzerland to study "Trade and the Global Information Economy", June 29-July 12".

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  • GU-Q Hosts CCT Technology and Media Program in Qatar

    From May 18 to June 5 Georgetown University in Qatar (GU-Q) is hosting a graduate-level program called New Communication Technologies in the Arab World: Perspectives from the Gulf.

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  • CCT to Launch First Online Course this Fall

    The Communication, Culture and Technology (CCT) M.A. program is excited to announce the launching of its first online course, (CCTP 798) - Key Concepts in Technology and How to Use Them, this fall 2014.

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  • CCT launches a 3-week summer study abroad program

    Georgetown University’s New Communication Technologies and Politics in the Arab World: Perspectives From The Gulf is an intensive graduate-level study tour organized by the Communication, Culture & Technology (CCT) Program and Georgetown’s School of Foreign Service in Qatar.

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  • CCT 2014 Graduation Reception

    See some photos from the CCT 2014 Graduation Reception.

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  • CCT Student Zhou Jia's Photo Featured on DC's Online News Portals

    With her graduation in a few days, Zhou Jia summarizes her two-year CCT experience with a photo, "American Cool". The photo is featured on DC's two online news portals, DCist and PoPville.

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  • CCT 506 Student Projects

    Fundamentals of Technology or CCTP-506 is a class that is dedicated towards investigating technology as a dynamic part of social life. The entire semester was spent understanding technology as a facet of culture and as an integral part of shaping daily human interaction.

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  • CCT student Bentley Brown on why an interdisciplinary degree is a launchpad for future films

    In the filmmaking world, it’s now normal not to go to film school. Film school has its perks. It's great for networking. It provides a space to consistently shoot films. It provides access to near-extinct traditional celluloid film.

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  • CCT tumblr is now online

    CCT tumblr is now online

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  • CCT introduces our new Technology Design Studio (TDS)

    The Technology Design Studio (TDS) is a place where CCT students and faculty work together to merge theory with practice. In recognizing design as the most important liberal art of the twenty-first century, the studio reflects Georgetown’s mission of educating the whole person, and CCT’s commitment to teaching cutting-edge skills and technologies.

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  • CCT 850's E-Portfolios

    This is a showcase of the E-portfolio's compiled over the course of Prof. Jeanine Turner's "Digital Presence and Strategic Persuasion" classes.

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The Communication, Culture & Technology Master of Arts Program (CCT) explores the relationship between changing technology and changing cultures, including research, government, media, business, and communication.

By cutting across disciplinary and institutional boundaries, students develop creative solutions to complex problems posed by new technologies; students provide new leadership by thinking differently about today's ambiguities and complexities.



The Communication, Culture and Technology (CCT) M.A. program is excited to announce the launching of its first online course, (CCTP 798) - Key Concepts in Technology and How to Use Them, this fall 2014. CCT Founder and Associate Professor, Martin Irvine, developed this course as part of his receiving one of Georgetown’s ITEL grants, which represents the university’s new initiative for greater tech-enhanced learning. Learn more.