Program Requirements

Core Requirements

CC 602 Communication Theory
CC 645 Research Methods

Choose one of the following:

CC 692 Capstone Course in Communication Management
CC 699 Master's Thesis*

*To be repeated for a total of 8 credits

Concentration I: Human Resources and Employee Communication

CC 638 Human Resources
CC 688 Learning and Development

Concentration II: Public Relations and Stakeholder Communication

CC 648 Stakeholder Relations and Communication
CC 651 Persuasion

Elective Courses

CC 604 Strategic Planning and the Managerial Process
CC 608 Public Affairs
CC 626 Crisis Communication
CC 628 Entrepreneurship and Creative Problem Solving
CC 636 Negotiation and Group Process
CC 640 Web-Based Communication Strategies
CC 643 Global Communication
CC 652 Emerging Communication Technologies
CC 653 The Conversant Manager
CC 655 Project Management and Communication
CC 690 Internship in Communication Management
CC 695 Seminar in Communication Management
CC 695A Seminar in Human Resources and Employee Communication
CC 695B Seminar in Public Relations and Stakeholder Communication
CC 697 Directed Study

To complete the degree, each student completes either a Capstone project or thesis that synthesizes prior coursework and applies information gleaned from the various courses.

 

Assistant Professor Linda Gallant

Meet the Graduate Program Director

Assistant Professor Linda Gallant's teaching and research interests include the application of research methods to social computing and the maximization of information and communication technology (ICT) to advance human communication in multiple contexts -- healthcare, politics, and the workplace.

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