The master's degree in communications is designed for the professional educator who is employed full-time in the education setting (e.g., teacher, school administrator, education specialist). It is a non-thesis program designed for the individual who wishes to apply the principles of communication to teaching academic disciplines. Classes are taught four weeks each summer in Charleston, Clarksburg, Martinsburg, Parkersburg, and Wheeling.
Provides students the skills required to meet the demands of educational practice.
* The M.A. in Instructional Communication in Communication Studies is for teachers who want to learn practical, applicable knowledge and communication skills while earning a Masters degree.
* Join over 1000 teachers in West Virginia who have already successfully completed this program
* Learn how to communicate more effectively with your students, parents, colleagues, and administrators
* Work with professors who are recognized in their discipline as top instructional communication teachers and researchers
West Virginia University is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.