COMM Masters & TA Positions
The communication program prepares students to handle the challenges of communicating effectively and ethically in a rapidly changing world characterized by diversity in gender, cultural background and belief.
The M.A. in professional communication provides advanced education for individuals in or pursuing communication related careers in public/nonprofit organizations, media organizations, health care organizations or in higher education. Students take courses that focus on organizational communication theory and practices.
The program is both theoretically and pragmatically oriented to prepare students for the professional workplace or for doctoral study in organizations.
Graduate Student Opportunities
Teaching Assistantships are available to full-time graduate students. For further information, please contact our Department Chair, Charles Mason, firstname.lastname@example.org or 474-7761.
Graduate assistants can be paid for a maximum of 20 hours per week while school is in session. Students with assistantships must be registered for at least nine credits during the fall and spring semesters and six credits during the summer (no audits).
Teaching assistantships include a tuition payment by the university:
- For no more than 10 credits if the workload is 15 to 20 hours per week.
- For no more than 5 credits if the workload is 10 to 14 hours per week.
- If the assistantship appointment begins on or before the first day of instruction and ends on or after the last day of final examinations for that semester (16 or more weeks).