Thesis: 30 Semester Credit Hours
Non-thesis: 36 Semester Credit Hours
The Master of Arts in Communication features two areas of concentration not available in most Communication Graduate Programs: Border/Latin American Media Studies and Organizational Communication in Transnational Settings. The first track prepares you to pursue doctoral studies or professional work in national/international organizations. The second, while preparing you to pursue doctoral studies, offers training in organizational communication related fields.
Product and service organizations, Retail Stores, Hotels, Restaurants, Manufacturers, Financial Companies, Insurance Companies, Tourism, Print and Electronic Media, Nonprofit Organizations, Professional Associations, Philanthropies, Federal and State Agencies, Law Firms, Colleges and Universities.
• Undergraduate GPA of 2.5 or higher
• Two letters of recommendation
• Writing sample of scholarly or professional work (senior research paper, thesis, or journalistic writing)
Degree Plan: http://catalog.tamiu.edu/graduate-information/arts-sciences/psychology-communication/master-arts-communication-ma/
Department of Psychology and Communication
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