Master of Arts in Communication - Certificate
Graduate studies in communication at Spring Arbor University offer aspiring scholars and working professionals the opportunity to hone their skill sets and advance their careers without interrupting their schedules. The Master of Arts in Communication is a 38-semester hour program which brings both theoretical and Christian perspectives to bear on practical problems and provides you with a foundational understanding of communication through an interdisciplinary foundation and core of 14-17 semester hours. An additional 12 semester hours (minimum) of coursework will be accomplished in the specific concentration plus appropriate electives and a culminating activity (thesis or portfolio) of 2 semester hours allows you to design, implement and evaluate a project which effectively applies an interdisciplinary understanding of communication studies to a real-life situation. The 15-hour certificate is suitable for those who want to document their professional growth or expertise for advancement in their profession, or who simply want to understand communication issues better so they can do a better job. Concentrations include: * Leadership * Ministry * New Media * Professional Writing * Education
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Classification: Master's College or University II
Loans Offered: Students should complete a Federal Application for Student Aid to see if they qualify for any grants or loans. FAFSA code: 2318.
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