The communication program prepares students to handle the challenges of communicating effectively and ethically in a rapidly changing world characterized by diversity in gender, cultural background and belief.
The M.A. in professional communication provides advanced education for individuals in or pursuing communication-related careers in public/nonprofit organizations, media organizations, health care organizations or higher education. Students take courses that focus on organizational communication theory and practices.
The program is both theoretically and pragmatically oriented to prepare students for the professional workplace or for doctoral study in organizations.
Minimum Requirements for Professional Communication M.A. Degree: 30-34 credits