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The mission of the Department of Communication at the University of Delaware is to empower students in their personal and professional lives, train them to be the academic scholars that they can be, and to provide an ethical compass for navigating the complexities of modern society.
I. Program Goals
Graduate work in the Department of Communication focuses on two goals:
II. Academic Areas of Study
There are three potential areas of concentration for PhD study:
III. Full-time Program Schedule and Structure
The structure of our program necessitates that full time students begin their course of study in the fall semester.
Sixty credit hours are required to complete the PhD degree:
IV. Graduate Funding Policy
The University of Delaware may provide tuition scholarships to full-time graduate students who are awarded stipends for an entire semester/academic year as a research, teaching, or graduate assistant or fellow. These scholarships are generally available in graduate programs that admit students with funding, regardless of funding source; details of commitment and duration are provided in offer letters. Graduate departments and programs select the recipients of these awards, where available, based on the students' qualifications. The stipulations of the tuition scholarship policy are:
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