The College of Communication student body is a diverse group of students pursuing graduate degrees.
The Admission & Aid section of this website was created to provide important information for students as they work to complete their degrees.
The College of Communication offers the following Master of Arts programs:
Students in any graduate program can take classes to complete a concentration in Latino Media & Communication.
Communication graduate students bring a variety of ideas and perspectives to the classroom and actively contribute to the learning environment.
There are 201 graduate students in the College of Communication:
- Communication and Media: 47
- Digital Communication and Media Arts: 31
- Health Communication: 14
- Journalism: 58
- Public Relations and Advertising: 51
The Graduate Orientation section provides information on student resources, courses and registration, policies and procedures.
If you have questions not addressed in the Admission and Aid pages, please contact Graduate Advisor Lynn Miller.