Study digital culture as it evolves.

January 15

Priority Fall Deadline

Apply for Fall admission and CCT scholarships/fellowships. Application fee is waived. Fall term starts late August.

April 1

Regular Fall Deadline

Apply for Fall admission (no CCT funding). Application fee of $90. Fall term starts late August. 

October 1

Regular Spring Deadline

Apply for Spring admission (no CCT funding). Application fee of $90. Spring term starts mid-January. 

Communication, Culture & Technology is Georgetown’s flagship interdisciplinary Master of Arts Program. Since 1996, we have been studying the impact of technology on society, and society on technology.

  • You direct your educational focus. Build a curriculum that allows for intellectual exploration.
  • Only 2 mandatory courses. Electives may be from the Communication, Culture & Technology program or other programs on campus.
  • Courses allow you to learn both theory and application.
  • Techies and non-techies work together in a challenging, collaborative environment.
  • Faculty engage in groundbreaking interdisciplinary work.
  • Our active alumni network spans a wide range of careers.
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Student Profiles

“Communication, Culture & Technology has never asked me to shrink my passions down; in fact, the program has expanded them. Before enrolling, I knew nothing about the futurist and artificial intelligence fields. Now I am engrossed in them, and actively seeking ways to pair them with my narrative work.” ~ Kate Colwell, CCT ’20

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Alumni Profiles

“I chose Communication, Culture & Technology because I wanted to make sense of all my interests. I was a tinkerer who dabbled with code, had an affinity for brand strategy and loved to write. CCT helped me turn my many interests into a focus and eventually a career.” ~ Deron Hogans, CCT ’12

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Faculty Profiles

“Those who hire Communication, Culture & Technology grads know: in addition to technical skills, they have something even more valuable at the leadership level – a conceptual, ‘big picture’ understanding of the complex web of cultural, political, and economic relations in which our technologies are embedded.” ~ Martin Irvine, Founding Director and Core Faculty

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Professor Matthew Tinkcom speaking at the podium at the CCT 20th Anniversary
“The Communication, Culture & Technology program now approaches its 25th year as one of the most innovative interdisciplinary graduate programs in the world, a program whose members examine the connections among human life, technologies of communication, and cultural practices both historical and contemporary.” ~ Matthew Tinkcom, CCT Director

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