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Communication

The Department of Communication advances the study and practice of communication across a range of contexts, including face-to-face interactions, public discourse, mass media, and digital media. Rooted in humanistic, critical, and social science traditions, the Department emphasizes teaching, research, and service in eight areas: communication and culture, communication technology and society, global communication, journalism, media organization, political communication, rhetoric and critical studies, and social interaction.

Degrees Offered: Bachelor of Arts Master of Arts, PhD, Communication; Master of Communication, Digital Media; Master of Communication, Communities and Networks; Master of Communication, Native American Documentary Film, Video, and New Digital Media.

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