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. 

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

“I was looking for a program that cross-pollinates Human-Computer Interaction with Culture Studies. I had a strong theoretical background in semantics and philosophy of language & culture – CCT is making me proficient in qualitative methods tools. I am currently collaborating with a fellow student to build an app.” ~ Rohan Somji, current CCT student

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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 2012

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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
At CCT we try to ask questions in new ways in order to seek creative and achievable outcomes that conventional disciplinary modes of knowledge production may not be able to anticipate.  Further, we do this in community, knowing that no single person contains as much insight and wisdom as an engaged, diverse, curious and collegial group of faculty and students.” ~ Matthew Tinkcom, CCT Director

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