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Welcome to the New PhD in Communication Program
As of 2019, the Department of Communication at the University of Delaware offers a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree that allows students to continue to build their knowledge about the field of Communication while preparing them for research based job in academia or a communication related industry. The PhD in Communication is taught from a social science perspective, allowing students to increase their knowledge and ability to use empirically based research methodologies and their use of statistics while concentrating in one of three content areas: Interpersonal Communication, Media Communication or Political Communication.
If you have any questions about the MA degree in Communication, please contact Professor James Angelini (firstname.lastname@example.org), Director of Graduate Studies for the Department of Communication.
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