Grounded in the department's established commitment to the philosophical student of communication, the Master of Arts emphasis in Rhetoric & Philosophy of Communication (36 credits) provides students with a traditional liberal arts education for leadership in academia, law, and the marketplace. This program offers fundamental courses for a doctoral degree or enhancement of a liberal arts foundation in communication.
All M.A. applicants enrolled in the M.A. in Rhetoric & Philosophy of Communication degree program are automatically considered for assistantships. If you are seriously considering an assistantship, we encourage you to write a brief single-spaced paragraph about work and/or research experience as well as your work ethic within the Personal Statement.
Assistantships include tuition remission and stipend. Students on assistantship are not permitted to engage in outside employment.
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Department of Communication & Rhetorical Studies