The Department of Communication currently offers a Master of Arts degree in Communication. The program teaches theory, criticism, research, practice, and ethics in communication to prepare students for service in public and professional spheres, on local, national, and international levels. Students develop competencies to work in professional careers in areas such as business, law, education, media, government, social and human services, and technology. Graduates also pursue doctoral degrees in Communication and related fields. For more information, click here.
Graduates will be able to make a positive, professional, and important contribution in the field of communication (Media Environments; Organizational Contexts; and Graduate School) by becoming inclusive, ethical, and effective leaders and participants in global and local communities. For more information, click here.