The Medill Professional Master of Science in Integrated Marketing Communications Program
A Powerful Resource to Propel Your Career
At Northwestern, you will expand your authority as a marketing professional, thanks to our faculty’s unparalleled leadership and your enriching new relationships and connections. You will enhance your expertise and develop your network, customizing your experience in a flexible, hybrid program. You will excel through coursework and opportunities that surpass your expectations and redefine your future.
Claim your place in Northwestern’s storied history and rise to new heights.
Count on the strength of our numbers.
Education for Lasting Success
Trailblazing IMC Excellence
Connections Like These Don’t Happen Everywhere
Your Greatest Opportunity Is Within Reach
Medill IMC alumni have blazed trails to marketing leadership with these innovators:
The skills and connections you will gain will prepare you to step smoothly into the C-suite as chief marketing officer, chief brand officer, VP of consumer marketing, global head of brand and more.
Ongoing Career Support
We are here for you beyond graduation day. You will have access to professional development resources, coaching, and interview training. Additionally, alums are able to take five free, additional courses in the five years after earning your degree.
“This is not just about a degree or an achievement you put in a resume, but a lifelong investment in yourself that will pay for itself in dividends—through the people you meet, the projects you are better equipped to tackle, and the brand-new lens through which you will see the world.”
"The program has given me the confidence to seek out innovative strategies and develop areas of marketing that weren't done before. I have quickly leveraged class learning into career growth. Since beginning the program, I have received two big promotions and I’ve expanded my team."
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