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Master of Arts in Communication Studies

This degree integrates aspects of both the Corporate Communication degree and the Rhetoric & Philosophy of Communication degree. This program provides a strong theoretical background that informs an understanding of procedures and principles in professional communication.

Required Core Courses

  • COMM 500  Professional Communication
  • COMM 501  Persuasion in the Marketplace
  • COMM 515  Organizational Communication
  • COMM 522  Communication Research Methods
  • COMM 523  Communication Ethics & Professional Civility

Communication Studies Track

Select two of the following four courses:

  • COMM 527  Communication Management
  • COMM 536  Integrated Marketing Communication
  • COMM 559  Philosophy of Communication
  • COMM 561  Rhetorical Theory

In addition, you will take 15 elective credits from within the Department of Communication & Rhetorical Studies.