Master of Arts in Health and Risk Communication (MAHRC)
Ashland University's MAHRC program prepares students with the theory, data, and skills that are applicable to a wide range of careers within health and safety organizations. The program is 100% online, 30 credit hours, and can be completed in as little as 18 months. Courses include: Health Communication, Crisis Communication, Health Informatics, Strategic Communication.
M.A. in Communication
This program examines the verbal and nonverbal messages that people exchange in various settings. These contexts include organizations, families, relationships, healthcare settings, and the media. Coursework is facilitated by talented faculty who are student-centered. The degree offers great flexibility as it is applicable to numerous careers.
Master of Arts in Public Media, in collaboration with WFUV, Fordham's public media station, and WNET, New York's premier public television network. Fordham graduates are publicly engaged and critically informed practitioners who reflect on the ethical, social, and civic dimensions of communication and media practices.
School of Communication houses multiple majors in both undergradate and graduate studies.
Ph.D. program in Communications Media and Instructional Technology
Contact: Dr. Gail Wilson, email@example.com
M.A. in Organizational Communication and Ph.D. in Communication Studies
Graduate program in Communication & Media Technologies
Trinity’s MA in Communication offers students the tools they need to keep up with emerging technologies while strengthening traditional skills in persuasive writing and oral presentation. At Trinity we will help you find your strengths and maximize them.
Graduate Program in Communication
MA in Communication with Communication and Mass Communication tracks.
The West Chester M.A. in Communication Studies offers students courses designed to foster leadership abilities in a broad array of communication contexts. Our graduates pursue three types of vocational interest in studying Communication: new careers, career development, and continuous learning.