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Thirty credit hours (10 three-credit, graduate level courses) are required to complete the degree.
Fifteen of the 30 hours come from required courses focusing upon theory and methodology.
An additional 15 credits must be taken to complete the 30 credit requirement
Thesis or Comprehensive Exam?
The Department of Communication offers two alternative tracks for obtaining the MA Degree
The thesis and comprehensive exam differ in terms of:
The thesis option provides the student with a major research experience, generally in preparation for further graduate study at the doctoral level.
The comprehensive exam is designed for students who do not intend to pursue their education beyond the MA Degree.
Students should declare their intention to pursue one of these tracks by the end of the first year of their program.
Faculty Committee (for both Thesis and Comp Exam options)
Students in both the thesis and comprehensive exam tracks will work with a faculty committee made up of a committee chair and two additional members of the faculty.
Resources for Thesis and Comp Exam
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