With the approval of the Graduate Studies Committee and the graduate dean, work toward the major may be divided among two or more areas in communication. To be counted toward the degree, all coursework in the major must be at the graduate level and must be completed with a grade of at least B. Students in the master’s degree program must complete a minimum of thirty semester hours of coursework, including a thesis, or a minimum of thirty-three semester hours, including a report. Doctoral students normally complete all requirements in four or five years of graduate study. Individual study programs must be arranged in consultation with the graduate adviser.
Dual Degree Programs
The Department of Communication Studies offers the following dual degree programs in cooperation with other divisions of the University. More information is available from the graduate adviser in each program.
|Field(s) of Study||Degree(s)|
|Business administration||Master of Business Administration|
|Latin American studies||Master of Arts|
|Public affairs||Master of Public Affairs|