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Center for Graduate Studies faculty are scholars, mentors, and innovators dedicated to educating the next generation of communication and museum professions scholars.

Strategic Communication Courses

  • Courses taught by Renee Robinson, Ph.D., professor, include, COTC 7110 Communication Research and COMM 8190 Master's Project.
  • Courses taught by Ruth Tsuria, Ph.D., assistant professor, include: COMM 8000 Methods and Strategies of Communication and COMM 7002 New Media and Organizational Communication.

Public Relations Courses

  • Course taught by Dennis Mahon, Ph.D., associate professor of communication, include:
    COMM 6000 Writing for the Organization and the Client.
  • Courses taught by Kristen Koehler, Ed.D., assistant professor of public relations, include:
    COMM 6003 Theory and Evolution of Public Relations and COMM 7550 Nonprofit Communication.

Museum Professions Courses

  • Courses taught by Petra Chu, Ph.D., professor of art history and museum professions, include: ARMS 6506 History and Theory of Museums and ARMS 8000 Master's Thesis.
  • Courses taught by Juergen Heinrichs, Ph.D., associate professor of art history and museum professions, include: ARMS 7005 Museum Technologies and ARMS 8000 Master's Thesis.
  • Courses taught by Charlotte Nichols, Ph.D., associate professor of art history and museum professions, include: ARMS 7800 Internship and ARMS 8000 Master's Thesis.

Please consult the University's Graduate Catalogue for the most current listing of courses and course descriptions.

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