Graduate Bulletin

Spring 2022

Master of Science in Science Communication 

Dean, School of Communication and Journalism

Laura Lindenfeld, Melville Library, 4th floor

Graduate Program Director

Elizabeth Bojsza, Melville Library, Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science, 4th floor

Graduate Program Coordinator

Stefanie Ambrosio-Mullady, Melville Library, 4th floor

For questions related to applications and course registration, email SOCJ_grad@stonybrook.edu

Website

www.stonybrook.edu/journalism

This unique program prepares trained scientists, technology specialists, engineers, and mathematicians for dynamic careers as professional science communicators. Because science reaches across a wide range of institutions and working environments, the need for individuals who have expertise both in STEM and communication has emerged as an important new workforce trend. From engaging in media industries to public affairs and public relations to project management, science communication professionals must be able to provide strategically designed, engaging, scientifically accurate written, oral, visual, and digital engagement across a wide range of platforms.

The School of Communication and Journalism also offers an an Advanced Certificate in Communicating Science.

Link: https://www.stonybrook.edu/sb/graduatebulletin/current/academicprograms/commsci/