The Master of Arts in Communication program admits students for the fall and spring semesters. The application deadlines are July 1 for fall admittance and November 1 for spring admittance each year.
Pre-Requisite Coursework or Degrees
The Master of Arts in Communication requires that applicants hold a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree from a regionally or comparably accredited institution. Although applicants do not need to hold an undergraduate degree in an area of communication, preference will be given to applicants with an educational background in communication or other social sciences disciplines.
The following materials must be submitted to Dr. Leigh Anne Howard, director of the Master of Arts in Communication program:
The following materials must be submitted to the Graduate Studies office:
Students not meeting the criteria for unconditional admission into the Master of Arts in Communication program may be admitted depending on the following factors:
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