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The Department of Communication normally admits applicants to the Master of Arts program once a year. Newly admitted graduate students begin in the fall semester (August/September) of each year. Applicants applying for admission and a department graduate teaching assistantship should have their application file completed by February 1st. Applicants applying for admission only should have their application file completed by May 1st. Students are not typically admitted to begin their studies during the spring semester.
Submission of the above material results in a diversity of information about a candidate's skills, talents, background, experience, career goals, motivation, commitment, and potential for scholarship. This information enables the department to select a class of entering graduate students who individually and collectively have the potential for making a substantial contribution to the intellectual environment of the department, university, and field.
All applicants must use the University of Delaware online graduate application web form.
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