Fordham's Elections and Campaign Management one-year master's degree program will prepare students for senior-level positions and provide all of the tools they'll need to effectively manage political campaigns.
Courses are taught by leading academics and political consultants who have extensive experience in local, state, and national elections. Faculty will connect students with top campaigns, consulting and media firms, and other political organizations, allowing them to build impressive professional networks and gain practical experience in New York City, where there is no shortage of important elections and charismatic politicians.
Technical skills in quantitative analysis, data analytics, and survey research
Deep understanding of voting behavior, polling, campaign strategy, technology and social media, campaign finance and ethics, and PR and marketing communications
Recent internship placements include Bill de Blasio for NYC Mayor, Michael Bloomberg for NYC Mayor, Hillary Clinton for President, Fox News, and NBC News
Evening courses are offered at Fordham's Lincoln Center and Rose Hill campuses.
Fordham's highly skilled alumni have gone on to work for mayoral campaigns, the City of New York, State Assembly offices, State Senate offices, Organizing for America, NBC News, the Harris Poll, Global Strategy Group, and more.
Campaign field organizer
TV news producer
Research data analyst
Degrees & Awards
Master of Arts (MA)
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Black or African American
White or Caucasian
American Indian or Alaska Native
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander
Two or more races
Location & Contact
441 East Fordham Road New York, NY 10458 United States