Master of Arts in Communication
For Spring 2016 Admission: All Materials
DUE by October 1, 2015.
For Fall 2016 Admission: Admission and Graduate Teaching Assistantship
All Materials DUE by February 1, 2016. All other Admissions Applications
for Fall 2016 DUE by March 1, 2016.
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The Master's program in Communications contains two emphasis areas: Communication Studies and Documentary Studies.
The Communication Studies emphasis prepares students for careers in higher education, government, business, and community service. Areas of faculty expertise include environmental communication, political communication, health communication, media studies, and gender and culture studies.
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The Documentary Studies emphasis prepares graduate students for today's world of cutting-edge multimedia journalism, nonfiction storytelling, creating your own media business, as well as preparation for PhD programs in cinema and media studies.
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