Accelerated M.A. in Communication Degree Program Application Deadlines for 2013 Start:
Now Accepting Rd. I
Courses Start June, 2013
The Master of Arts in Communication with Emphases in Nonprofit Communication, Integrated Strategic Communication, and Organizational Leadership and Change is targeted to working professionals and marketing, business and communication students who seek to become able and knowledgeable communication managers. The major objective of the program is to produce communicators who understand the importance of communication integration and who can manage all forms and aspects of an organization's communication. Students will:
All three M.A. in Communication Emphases require 30 hours of credit, usually taken in 10 courses. Each emphasis has a core of courses required of all students. Elective courses are selected, in consultation with the student's advisor, from a list of professional electives. Coursework may be completed through full-time or part-time enrollment and by taking a combination of both seated and online classes. Any student who plans to work more than 20 hours per week should not take more than two courses each semester. The Department of Communication is a component of the humanities division of the university.