Mar 31, 2020  
2019-2020 Graduate Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Graduate Catalog

Communication (PhD)


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Note:


No one class may be used to fulfill more than one requirement in completion of the PhD.

Research Methodology Requirement:


If a student finds a course not on the lists above that they would like to use to fulfill part of the research competency requirement it must be approved by their academic advisor and a request must be made for its evaluation by the Department of Communication’s Graduate Director.

Statistical Methods Requirement


If a student finds a course not on the lists above that they would like to use to fulfill part of the research competency requirement it must be approved by their academic advisor and a request must be made for its evaluation by the Department of Communication’s Graduate Director.

Concentration Requirements:


Each student will choose and declare one of three concentrations within the Communication program by the end of their first academic year. Concentration requirements consist of the completion of four concentration courses (12 credits) from their chosen concentration.

Students must also complete one 3 credit course from each of their non-chosen concentrations (6 total credits).

Electives


Students must take nine additional course credits over the course of their program. Students may take no more than one 3-credit independent study (COMM 866 - Special Problem (1-12cr.) ). If a student would like to take a course from outside of the Communication Department they may with prior approval by their academic advisor and the Department of Communication’s Graduate Director.

Communication Colloquium:


Students must enroll in the COMM 890 - Communication Colloquium (0-3cr.)  each semester they are enrolled in coursework for a total of up to six semesters.

Last Revised for 2019-2020 Academic Year


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