College of Communication > Academics > Communication and Media > Graduate Program > Communication and Media (MA) > Interpersonal Communication Concentration
The Interpersonal Communication concentration focuses on communication across a variety of interpersonal contexts (i.e. close relationships, family communication, workplace relationships). Through a blend of theory and practice, students will identify, analyze and understand how to manage relationships in both personal and professional environments.
This program will be of interest to individuals who are seeking to prepare for a PhD program, or for those who are interested in broad range careers including management, consulting, conflict negotiation, career/life coaching and human resources development.
The Interpersonal Communication concentration requires 5 courses (20 credit hours).
Students must take one core Interpersonal Communication concentration course (4 credit hours).
Students must take a total of 4 electives (16 credit hours). Topics courses can be taken multiple times for credit as long as the specific topic differs each time.
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