|CC 652||Emerging Communication Technology|
|CC 645||Public Opinion Research and Practice|
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: Public Relations and Stakeholder Communication
|CC 648||Public Relations|
|CC 647||Organizational Communication|
Concentration II: Political Communication
|CC 608||Public Affairs|
|CC 609||Political Communication|
|CC 602||Communication Theory|
|CC 604||Strategic Planning and the Managerial Process|
|CC 621||Speech Planning and Online Content Development|
|CC 623||Public Diplomacy|
|CC 624||Campaign Management|
|CC 626||Crisis Communication|
|CC 628||Entrepreneurship and Creative Problem Solving|
|CC 636||Negotiation and Group Process|
|CC 638||Human Resources|
|CC 640||Web-Based Communication Strategies|
|CC 643||Global Communication|
|CC 653||The Conversant Manager|
|CC 655||Project Management and Communication|
|CC 688||Learning and Development|
|CC 690||Internship in Communication Management|
|CC 695||Seminar Topics in Communication Management|
|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.
Communication Management (MA) AT A GLANCE
Fall or spring admission
Full- or part-time enrollment. Full-time enrollment is typically 8 or 12 credits per semester.
Classes generally meet from 6:00 to 10:00 pm.
Full-time students usually complete the degree in one and a half to two years; part-time students usually complete the degree in two to three years.
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.