Program Director: Ruth Tsuria, Ph.D.
The Master of Arts in Communication is a 36-credit on- campus program in which students develop critical communication skills associated with human interaction and research practices in ways that are grounded in theory and can be immediately applied in practice. Students are challenged to think creatively, apply state-of-the-art technology, and sharpen their communication competencies and knowledge base in a dynamic and highly interactive environment reflecting real world scenarios. A unique Communication Portfolio course assists students in transitioning from their graduate studies to an employment opportunity or toward further study.
The program currently offers three areas of study.
Digital Communication and Communication Technologies focuses on communication technologies in corporations, organization and human relations including device usage, adoptions and applications.
Communication in Organizations teaches students to enhance workplace communication capabilities by focusing on decision making and problem solving within employee relations, management communication and digital interaction.
Public Relations teaches students to develop strategic messages for diverse audiences and build mutually beneficial relationships by focusing on the unique management function of the discipline and examining advanced concepts, theories, and methods through a global framework.
The Master of Arts in Communication requires 36 credits distributed as follows:
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