More than 200 graduate students pursue professional and scholarly opportunities in the School’s six graduate programs.
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Media and Communication
The M&C curriculum offers a strong foundation in research and methodology and is oriented around the institutions and social processes of mass media and communication. Students are mentored through individualized courses of study, teach undergraduate courses, and participate in faculty research and publications.
Master of Arts in Broadcasting, Telecommunications and Mass Media
Students examine media institutions, social and cultural processes, the organization and management of mass media, telecommunications, and new technologies. Students may complete professional media training and internships. The program offers a foundation in theory and methodology and is preparatory for the PhD in Media and Communication.
Master of Journalism
Designed for students interested in writing-intensive media professions, this professional program offers advanced training in traditional and Web-based media, including newspaper, magazine, and broadcast. Students may pursue professional media training and internships. Preparatory for the PhD in Media and Communication.
Master of Science in Communication Management
Students learn to manage and apply strategic communication as part of a leadership team. Using advanced skills in research, management, problem-solving, and issues management, they gain relevant management and communications competencies to build effective relationships between all types of organizations and their publics.