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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 6100 Introduction to Organizational Communication, COTC 7110 Communication Research, and COMM 8199 Master's Project I.
  • Courses taught by Ruth Tsuria, Ph.D., assistant professor, include: COTC 7110 Communication Research, COMM 7002 New Media and Organizational Communication, COMM 7551 The Internet and Communication, COMM 8000 Methods and Strategies of Communication, and COMM 8199 Master's Project I.

Public Relations Courses

  • Courses taught by Kristen Koehler, Ed.D., professor of practice, include:
    COPR 6003 Theory and Principles of Public Relations, COPR 7550 Nonprofit Communication, and COPR 8201 Master's Project I.

Museum Professions Courses

  • Courses taught by Petra Chu, Ph.D., professor, include: ARMS 6506 History and Theory of Museums and ARMS 8000 Master's Thesis.
  • Courses taught by Juergen Heinrichs, Ph.D., associate professor, include: ARMS 7005 Museum Technologies and ARMS 8000 Master's Thesis.
  • Courses taught by Charlotte Nichols, Ph.D., associate professor, include: ARMS 7800 Internship and ARMS 8000 Master's Thesis.
  • Courses taught by Gregory Stevens, M.A.T., faculty associate, including: ARMS 6000 Anatomy of a Museum, ARMS 6813 Museum Education I, ARMS 7005 Museum Technologies, 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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