The Department of Communication Studies offers a range of programs spanning Arts, Sciences, Professional and Graduate studies.The ongoing evolution of our programs strives to build on expertise in public relations while also reflecting a broader definition of communication.
This ensures that our learning environment keeps pace with a dynamic and complex global landscape.
Inspired by a desire for public relations excellence, students will explore various theoretical perspectives to gain confidence and understanding of public relations as a practice focused on the ethical and strategic management of relationships.
This program is designed to meet the needs of students interested in an undergraduate degree in Communication, grounded on a foundation
of communication and media theory, research and ethics.
You can choose from two Master’s degree programs that will help you to become a scholar, a teacher, or a highly-qualified professional
with leadership potential. Master of Public Relations students complete 10 classes, the last of which is a project seminar course, while MA (Communication) students complete 8 classes and a thesis.