•  Twenty years of CCT

    Twenty years of CCT

    Mark your calendars! We’re celebrating CCT’s 20th Anniversary Feb 24-25, 2017. Click Learn More to see what’s on tap and how you can help make this “so CCT.”

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  • What is it like to be a CCT student?

    What is it like to be a CCT student?

    Thinking of applying to CCT? Click Learn More if you are a prospective student.

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  • CCT’S PROF. MEG LETA JONES PUBLISHES NEW BOOK

    CCT’S PROF. MEG LETA JONES PUBLISHES NEW BOOK

    "CTRL+Z” examines the digital Right to be Forgotten
    Click Learn More for book description and excerpt.

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  • CCT 850 E-Portfolios

    CCT 850 E-Portfolios

    Explore a showcase of the student e-portfolio's compiled as a feature of CCT's "Digital Presence and Strategic Persuasion" class.

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  • The Pilgrimage Project

    The Pilgrimage Project

    CCT students explored the history of Georgetown in a multi-disciplinary collaborative interactive installation. Click Learn More to see how Old North became a site of actual and digital pilgrimage.

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  • CCT's Prof. Diana Owen awarded grant from DOE’s SETED

    CCT's Prof. Diana Owen awarded grant from DOE’s SETED

    CCT's Prof. Diana Owen has been awarded a substantial competitive grant from the U.S. Department of Education’s Supporting Effective Teacher Educator Development (SEED) Program

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Communication, Culture and Technology (CCT) is an interdisciplinary Master of Arts Program focusing on challenges posed by new technologies in a range of fields, including research, government, politics, arts, media, communication, business, health, and medicine.

By cutting across institutional and disciplinary boundaries, students develop new solutions caused by complex problems. They develop knowledge and conceptual tools to assume leadership roles in business, policy and academic sectors that must function within a rapidly growing information society and keep pace with technological change.