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Instituto Tecnológico de Santo Domingo

Master of Science in Digital Communication

Master of Science in Digital Communication
  • Presentation

    The Master of Science in Digital Communication seeks to develop competencies to investigate, contrast and transmit information in a timely and pertinent manner, as well as the editing and management of online content, generating credibility in citizens who are active participants in the generation and dissemination of the contents through the different communication platforms.

  • Goals

    Offer participants the tools for the search, production, management, research and dissemination of media content in digital environments, as well as the development of multiple platforms and innovative formats in an agile, timely, objective, truthful manner, with critical thinking and social responsibility .

    • Train communicators, specialists in the digital field, who can develop both professionally within all types of companies and media.
    • Develop storytelling skills in different formats and digital media.
    • Develop skills for searching, research, design, creation and dissemination of content for digital media.
    • Training new generations of communications in the same academic, scientific and university fields, due to the high demand for qualified professionals.
  • Participant profile

    The program is aimed at professionals in the areas of journalism, social and / or corporate communication, marketing, advertising, as well as those who want to specialize in the digital environment, public relations, spokespersons for political parties, public and private companies or governments local and national.

  • Graduate profile

    Graduates of this program will be trained to:

    Competences
    • Design, execute and evaluate innovative communication projects in the diagnosis of various problems in services, products and companies, proposing improvements in the implementation of intervention projects using the most advanced technological resources
    • Use adequate tools for the search, production, management, research and dissemination of communicative content in digital environments.
    • Participate actively in collaborative work teams, showing respect for the diversity of talents, cultures and opinions.
    • Create new journalistic and informational companies on the Internet that allow the development of innovative communication proposals and that contribute to the creation of sources of employment.
    • Coordinate and direct the design and implementation of electronic portals for informational purposes in public and private companies.
    • Assume an attitude of leadership, social responsibility and critical thinking in the search for information, production, management and dissemination of digital content.
    • Mastering specialized and updated software in the production, editing and post-production of audio, video and animation projects.
  • Professional outings

    Below is a list of different sectors in which the graduate of the Master of Science in Digital Communication can work:
    • Media: Developing any of the functions related to the exercise of communication (from reporter, to section chief or editor) in digital media.
    • Business and political sector: Performing as a digital community manager (community manager).
    • Business and political sector: As head of communication offices in all types of companies and organizations with an interest in controlling their business, political, social, cultural or informative communication.
    • Government sector: As press officer, spokesperson, head of government communication or digital community manager (community manager) of municipal, local, provincial or national governments.
    • Educational sector: As a university professor and researcher in the area of ​​communication, and specifically in all degrees and related subjects, or with a particular interest in digital communication.
  • Study areas

    • Social Sciences and Humanities
    • Informatics and Computational Sciences
    • Physical and Natural Sciences
    • Mathematical and Logical Sciences
  • Curricular design

    • Type: Virtual, semi-face-to-face.
    • Duration: 8 quarters
    • Total credits: 64
  • Admission requirements

    The interested party must:
    • Hold a university degree with a minimum of 2.0 / 4.00 or 70 / 100
    • Complete the admission form admisiones.intec.edu.do
    • Interview with the program coordinator

    Dominican graduate of Dominican university

    • Admission request
    • Photocopy of the identity card of both sides.
    • Certification and copy of university degree legalized by the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology MESCyT. 
    • Certification and record of original university notes legalized by the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology MESCyT. 
    • Medical certificate for academic purposes (with the name as it is on the identity card)
    • Two front photos 2x2.
    • Receipt of Payment of the right to admission (non-refundable)
    • Original birth certificate, certified and legalized.
    • An academic recommendation letter issued by the university of origin or a job recommendation letter, in both cases must be on a sheet stamped and stamped by the issuing institution (only applicable for research-oriented master's degrees).  
    • Essay with motivations to enter the program, minimum 1 page (only applies for research-oriented masters).  
    • PAEP test payment (exonerated presenting the original Master's degree)
    • PAEP test registration
    • Interview with the coordination of the program to which it applies

    Dominican graduate of foreign university

    • Admission request
    • Photocopy of the identity card of both sides.
    • Photocopy university degree apostilled / legalized Dominican Consulate and Chancery in the Dominican Republic and legalized by the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology MESCyT. See "Important Notes" at the bottom of the page
    • Record of original university notes apostilled / legalized Dominican Consulate and Chancellery in the Dominican Republic and legalized by the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology MESCyT. See "Important Notes" at the bottom of the page
    • Medical certificate for academic purposes (with the name as it is on the identity card)
    • Two front photos 2x2.
    • Receipt of Payment of the right to admission (non-refundable)
    • Original birth certificate, certified and legalized.
    • An academic recommendation letter issued by the university of origin or a job recommendation letter, in both cases must be on a sheet stamped and stamped by the issuing institution (only applicable for research-oriented master's degrees).  
    • Essay with motivations to enter the program, minimum 1 page (only applies for research-oriented masters).  
    • PAEP test payment (exonerated presenting the original Master's degree)
    • PAEP test registration
    • Interview with the coordination of the program to which it applies

    Important notes

    - Documents that are not in Spanish must be translated.
    Legalizations
    • Member countries of the Hague Convention: If the country of emission belongs to the Hague Convention, it must make the apostille of the documents and their translations into Spanish in the competent institution of that country.
    • Countries that do NOT belong to the Hague Convention: If the country of issue is NOT within the Hague Convention, you must legalize the documents and their Spanish translations at the Dominican Consulate / Embassy of the country where they were issued and then by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the Dominican Republic.
    • If the translation is done in the Dominican Republic, it must be done by a judicial interpreter and legalized in the Attorney General Office of the Dominican Republic.

    Graduated from INTEC

    • Photocopy of the identity card of both sides.
    • Medical certificate for academic purposes (with the name as it is on the identity card)
    • Receipt of Payment of the right to admission (non-refundable)
    • Two front photos 2x2.
    • PAEP test payment (exonerated presenting the original Master's degree)
    • PAEP test registration
    • Interview with the coordination of the program to which it applies

    Foreigner graduated from a foreign university

    • Admission request
    • Photocopy passport.
    • Photocopy university degree apostilled / legalized Dominican Consulate and Chancery in the Dominican Republic and legalized by the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology MESCyT. See "Important Notes" at the bottom of the page
    • Record of original university notes apostilled / legalized Dominican Consulate and Chancellery in the Dominican Republic and legalized by the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology MESCyT. See "Important Notes" at the bottom of the page
    • Medical certificate for academic purposes (with the name as it is on the identity card)
    • Two front photos 2x2.
    • Receipt of Payment of the right to admission (non-refundable)
    • Original birth certificate apostilled / legalized Dominican Consulate and Chancellery in the Dominican Republic See "Important Notes" at the bottom of the page
    • An academic recommendation letter issued by the university of origin or a job recommendation letter, in both cases must be on a sheet stamped and stamped by the issuing institution (only applicable for research-oriented master's degrees).  
    • Essay with motivations to enter the program, minimum 1 page (only applies for research-oriented masters).  
    • PAEP test payment (exonerated presenting the original Master's degree)
    • PAEP test registration
    • Interview with the coordination of the program to which it applies

    Important notes

    - Documents that are not in Spanish must be translated.
    Legalizations
    • Member countries of the Hague Convention: If the country of emission belongs to the Hague Convention, it must make the apostille of the documents and their translations into Spanish in the competent institution of that country.
    • Countries that do NOT belong to the Hague Convention: If the country of issue is NOT within the Hague Convention, you must legalize the documents and their Spanish translations at the Dominican Consulate / Embassy of the country where they were issued and then by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the Dominican Republic.
    • If the translation is done in the Dominican Republic, it must be done by a judicial interpreter and legalized in the Attorney General Office of the Dominican Republic.

    To apply for the tariff in Dominican pesos:
    • You can send a proof of residence issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MIREX) and that it shows that it is valid for 4 years or more.
    • Foreigners with Dominican parents, must deliver the original birth certificate of any of them.

    Foreigner graduated from Dominican university

    • Admission request
    • Photocopy passport.
    • Certification and copy of university degree legalized by the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology MESCyT. 
    • Certification and record of original university notes legalized by the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology MESCyT. 
    • Medical certificate for academic purposes (with the name as it is on the identity card)
    • Two front photos 2x2.
    • Receipt of Payment of the right to admission (non-refundable)
    • Original birth certificate apostilled / legalized Dominican Consulate and Chancellery in the Dominican Republic. See "Important Notes" at the bottom of the page
    • An academic recommendation letter issued by the university of origin or a job recommendation letter, in both cases must be on a sheet stamped and stamped by the issuing institution (only applicable for research-oriented master's degrees).  
    • Essay with motivations to enter the program, minimum 1 page (only applies for research-oriented masters).  
    • PAEP test payment (exonerated presenting the original Master's degree)
    • PAEP test registration
    • Interview with the coordination of the program to which it applies

    Important notes

    - Documents that are not in Spanish must be translated.
    Legalizations
    • Member countries of the Hague Convention: If the country of emission belongs to the Hague Convention, it must make the apostille of the documents and their translations into Spanish in the competent institution of that country.
    • Countries that do NOT belong to the Hague Convention: If the country of issue is NOT within the Hague Convention, you must legalize the documents and their Spanish translations at the Dominican Consulate / Embassy of the country where they were issued and then by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the Dominican Republic.
    • If the translation is done in the Dominican Republic, it must be done by a judicial interpreter and legalized in the Attorney General Office of the Dominican Republic.

    To apply for the tariff in Dominican pesos:
    • You can send a proof of residence issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MIREX) and that it shows that it is valid for 4 years or more.
    • Foreigners with Dominican parents, must deliver the original birth certificate of any of them.

  • Contact

    Postgraduate Promotion Unit:
    Phone: 809-567-9271 - Ext 369
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    Dr. Irene Machado Graduate Level Coordinator
    Area of ​​Social Sciences and Humanities
    809 567 9271 x 580

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