A dynamic community comprised of scholars and professionals, Graduate Studies within the College of Communication and the Arts provides students with lively learning experiences - blending both theory and practical components. Currently, three Master's-level programs are offered and a Ph.D. in Communication is in development.
Programs of Study
Graduate Studies offers three Master of Arts degree programs in Strategic Communication, Public Relations, and Museum Professions.
Candidates for admission to a program within Graduate Studies should possess a strong academic record, demonstrated potential for academic success at the graduate-level, and be current or aspiring leaders in the field.
All applications for admission received by the deadline are considered for any available College-level scholarship opportunities. When funding is available and a student is eligible, notification about a scholarship is communicated in writing.
The University's Office of Financial Aid is dedicated to assisting students with any issues that may arise throughout the financial aid process. The majority of graduate students use loans to help fund their education. Several varieties of private, state, and federal loan programs are available.
Review important information for newly admitted students to successfully navigate the enrollment process.