The Department of Communication offers a Master of Arts degree with a major in Communication. Students in this degree program will work one-on-one with an advisor to design a program of study that will match their individual career goals and will gain valuable skills in problem-solving, analysis, research methods and scholarly writing. Courses in the areas of advertising, broadcasting, journalism, international communication, theatre production and performance, public relations, organizational communication and interpersonal communication are available.
Qualified candidates may be eligible for assistantships, which provide a tuition waiver and a graduate teaching stipend.
- News Analyst, Reporter, Correspondent
- Public Relations Consultant
- Radio Operator
- TV, Radio and Sports Announcer
- TV, Video, and Motion Picture Camera Operator
- Television Production Director
- Theatre Technician
- University Professor