Step outside your classroom and into a world of opportunity.
There’s Always More to Learn
When you attend Northwestern’s MSC program, you are joining an incredible community of learners and experts.
Maximize your gains by engaging in MSC student experience programming to expand your network and gather new insights.
Join us for our annual holiday party, spring happy hour, and summer BBQ.
You’ll have a chance to commemorate milestones along the way to graduation with faculty, staff and alumni.
Find New Ways to Learn During Your MSC Student Experience
Come during lunch to the Allen Center and hear guest speakers present their views on major national and global trends in communication management. These talks delve deeply into emerging issues which affect organizations and society.
Up your graphic design game and learn the basics of branding yourself or your business for a successful future. This series is a fun, hands-on introduction to professional design software and the basics of typography, color, and graphic design for print and web.
Gain insight into research on the necessity of self-exploration and reflection in advancing your CIQ, the impact of equity and inclusion on the bottom line and organizational culture, and what unconscious bias means and how it widens inequality gaps.
On Building A Personal Brand
“Business aside, how we conduct ourselves in every arena is going to be impacted by how we communicate. No matter what your profession is, the information you learn here is universal.”
Cassandra Libel ’19
Director of Emergency Management
Take advantage of the many enrichment activities offered by the MSC program and further advance your career and academic goals.
Draw connections between MSC courses and your goals for personal and academic growth — and connect with our advisors who’ll help you devise the best routes and electives to pursue while in the program.
Learn more about the Capstone project requirements and components, stay on track toward deadlines, and complete a successful and meaningful Capstone project — all during a lunch session.
On Obtaining Support Toward Personal Career Goals
“My classmates are people I rely on to fill things like open positions and board of director roles. If I need contacts in any industry, I have a network I can turn to. And I cherish the personal relationships I developed—dear friends from across the country who still get together regularly.”
Rebecca Selby ’18
VP of Marketing
Explore program requirements and application details before applying.
Go beyond the classroom and enrich your experience among a community of learners.