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Application Process Update: Due to COVID-19, the Department of Communication is waiving the GRE requirement for our graduate programs this year. If you wish to apply without a GRE score, please enter a future GRE exam date into the application when prompted. This need not be an actual exam date. Entering any future date will allow your application to be sent on to our review committee where it will receive full consideration. Reporting your scores is entirely optional. If you chose to not submit a GRE score, this will have no bearing on the competitiveness of your application. If you have any questions regarding this process, email Dr. James Angelini, the Director of Graduate Studies, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The University of Delaware's Department of Communication offers both a Masters of Arts (MA) , an online Masters of Arts (MA) in Strategic Communication and a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree program. The Ph.D. program is a new addition with the first cohort of students to be enrolled to begin coursework in fall semester, 2019 while the MA program has a long standing tradition of utilizing innovative strategies to prepare our students as they either choose to continue a pursuit of further graduate work or to begin careers in industry or public service. Students who receive graduate degrees in the Department of Communication will earn degrees which are based in a social science tradition, giving them a strong foundation built on theory and quantitative research methodologies.
Graduate students in the Department of Communication are able to focus their studies in a number of areas of study including interpersonal communication, media communication, political communication, and public relations. Other strengths of the program include:
Learn more about our online MA in Strategic Communication.
The graduate programs in the Department of Communication at the University of Delaware are vibrant, exciting learning environments within our discipline. Explore our website for more information.
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