Online Master's in Public Relations & Corporate Communications
Career Outlook

11 Jun 12-1pm ET
Master's in Public Relations & Corporate Communications Webinar  

In today’s market, there is growing demand for communicators who can address the increasingly complex challenges organizations are facing. Our program equips you with the well-rounded expertise and leadership skills necessary to not only tackle these challenges, but also add value to any organization.

The hands-on nature of our curriculum provides ample opportunities to expand your network, refine your skills, and build your portfolio. By the time you graduate, you’ll have the contemporary tools you need to secure not only your next job, but also every job after.

What comes after a master's degree? Explore Careers in Public Relations.

Alumni of the Georgetown Public Relations & Corporate Communications program have gone on to assume positions including:

  • Vice President of Communications, The Washington Post
  • Senior Vice President of Social Media, Wells Fargo
  • Account Director, Edelman
  • Senior Account Supervisor, Ogilvy Worldwide
  • Corporate Communications Manager, Hilton
  • Vice President of Corporate Communications, L'Oreal
  • Press Representative, The Kennedy Center
  • Director of Marketing and Communications, National Cherry Blossom Festival
  • Program Director, National League of Cities
  • Marketing Manager, U.S. Green Building Council
  • Communications Director, U.S. Senate
  • Chief of Staff, U.S. House
  • Vice President of Communications, The Sugar Association
  • Director of Luxury Brand Marketing, Capital One
  • Communications Director, Glen Echo Group
  • Communications Senior Manager, BP
  • Communications Manager, Target
  • Founder, ColorComm
  • Vice President of Public Affairs, SKDK
  • Communications Associate, J.P. Morgan Chase
  • Policy Communications Manager, Intel
  • Senior Vice President, Weber Shandwick
  • Marketing Manager, Georgetown University
  • Client Delivery Manager, McKinsey
  • Public Affairs Specialist, U.S. Air Force
  • Communications Manager, KPMG
  • Entertainment Industry Liaison, U.S. Army
  • Senior Content Specialist, The Knot
  • Communications Manager, Pizza Hut
  • Change Management Communications Manager, Totem
  • Senior Talent Advisor, Nestle
  • Senior Communications Representative, Lockheed Martin
  • Federal Government Relations Director, USAA
  • Special Assistant to the CEO, The ONE Campaign
  • Spokesperson, U.S. Department of Defense
 
Average salary of PR managers $104,140 24% Percentage of PR managers with a master’s degree 85% of students say Georgetown’s program has made a significant impact on their career Where do people in this field work? Professional, scientific, and technical services 25% Educational services 14% Finance and insurance 11% Healthcare and social assistance 10% Information 9% Manufacturing 9%

Sources: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Burning Glass Labor/Insight