Master of Science in Applied Communication - Applied Communication Studies
The Applied Communication Studies concentration is designed to provide a solid foundation in the theories and concepts of communication which can be applied within business, industry, government, non-profit, and health services.
Requirements and Curriculum
|COMM 7011 Foundations of Communications Studies||3 S.H.|
|COMM 8011 Interpersonal Communication||3 S.H.|
|COMM 8013 Applied Rhetoric||3 S.H.|
|COMM 9110 Communications Research Methods||3 S.H.|
|COMM 9120 Legal and Ethical Issues in Communication||3 S.H.|
|COMM 9130 Organizational Communication||3 S.H.|
Electives (Choose Four)
|COMM xxxx Political Communication||3 S.H.|
|COMM 7012 Training and Development||3 S.H.|
|COMM xxxx Documentation Design||3 S.H.|
|COMM 8012 Intercultural Communication||3 S.H.|
|COMM 9010 Contemporary Issues in Communication||3 S.H.|
|COMM 9072 Persuasion in Context: Communications for Marketing, Advertising, and Public Relations||3 S.H.|
|COMM 7300 Health Communication||3 S.H.|
|COMM 7301 Gender Communication||3 S.H.|
|COMM 8114 Social Marketing||3 S.H.|
|Additional elective offerings may be available||3 S.H.|
Practicum or Thesis (Choose One)
|COMM 9200 Practicum in Communication||6 S.H.|
|COMM 9980 Thesis in Communication||6 S.H.|
HOW TO APPLY
Contact Admissions Office: (978)665-3144, firstname.lastname@example.org
at a Glance
Completed applications are reviewed on a rolling admission basis.
Admissions Requirements (PDF)
Face-to-face and online courses offered in the evenings with some day courses during the summer.
While you can complete the program in as few as 2 years, you have 6 years to complete the program.
Suggested sequence of courses (PDF)
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