M.A. in Communications Communications and new media*

The M.A. program is designed to train its students to successfully meet future challenges in the communications research field as well as in the media industry.

​​This is the first thesis/non-thesis certification program of its kind in Israel to underscore the impact new media technologies have on many aspects of our lives.  

The program offers two tracks:

The first, Communication Strategies in the Digital World, offers students a greater understanding of the contribution new communication technologies have made to the way ideas, products, organizations, and political candidates are introduced and promoted.


The second, Society and Culture in the Digital Age, offers students a greater understanding of how new technologies are effectively changing modern societies, through the prism of cultural effects.


This unique program​ offers an innovative and friendly academic environment.​


The school’s faculty includes leading researchers and lecturers. The program strives not only to offer students a quality academic framework throughout the school year, but also to foster a warm, close-knit community, comprising both students and faculty, which will continue to thrive past the students' graduation.

* While the graduate program is taught in Hebrew:

  1. English versions of all the powerpoint lectures will be available for each class.
  2. Students will be able to hand in all assignments, make all class presentations and write all exams in English.
  3. With a minimum of 5 international students, a dedicated Teaching Assistant will be provided.


To read more about the range of course offerings and seminars, click here.

Program Highlights

  • The program focuses on current trends in the world of digital media, and explores its future implications on culture, politics, and society.
  • The program integrates the theoretical and practical aspects of media, and incorporates academic research with practical applications.
  • The program offers two tracks: Communication Strategies in the Digital World, and Society and Culture in the Digital Age.

  • The program caters to busy professionals, with classes held on Thursday afternoons and Friday mornings across three academic semesters.
  • The program affords graduates extensive knowledge and expertise in communications and new media, and strives to train leading professionals and researchers in the field.
  • The Reichman University Career Center consults and assists students and graduates in finding employment opportunities.