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Master of Arts in Communication

The Master of Arts in Communication, beginning in fall 2016, will focus on communication studies – including interpersonal, intercultural, and organizational communication – and on emerging media, including computer-mediated communication and new media production.

Each emphasis will provide a comprehensive conceptual framework and skill set for proficiency in a wide range of rapidly-changing communication professions. The degree will require eight courses plus a thesis, or 10 courses and a comprehensive set of exams.

Course delivery methods will vary among traditional seminars, seminars with Web-based course supplements, Web-enhanced courses combining seminar and electronic delivery methods, and experiential learning incorporating professional internships or service learning.

For more information, contact Dr. Doug Julien, Humanities Coordinator, at djulien@tamut.edu or Dr. Kevin Ells, faculty advisor at Kevin.Ells@tamut.edu.

  • 7101 University Ave
  • Texarkana, TX 75503
  • p: 903.223.3000
  • f: 903.223.3104
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