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Master of Science in Mass Communications
Mass Communication is the study of sharing information through media outlets to reach large population segments. The primary focus of the M.S. in Mass Communications is on the fundamentals of communication theories enabling students to acquire the ability to understand and use basic methods of communication research.
The flexible curriculum provides opportunities for students interested in pursuing advancement in mass communications or preparing for doctoral studies and positions in higher education.
You can emphasize your studies in one of these areas:
GRADUATE SCHOOL ADMISSION
All applicants must first apply online to the Graduate School for their desired program. Visit the Graduate School website for more information.
Some students with limited mass communications background may be required to complete some undergraduate and graduate performance courses as part of their programs of study. Please consult an advisor for additional information.
How to Apply
APPLYING TO THE GRADUATE SCHOOL
To apply to the Mass Communications program, simply complete the online application, found at the adjacent 'Apply Now' link, to the graduate school. You will be prompted for the program in which you wish to apply for on the application. Once you have submitted all required documents to the graduate school, your application will be forwarded to the specific program for review.
Admission to the Master of Science in Mass Communications program is based on a variety of evidence, including educational experience and record, professional experience, recommendations, and a written statement of purpose.