MA in Communication at Duquesne integrates theory and practice. Choose from four emphasis areas to focus your studies:
- Integrated Marketing Communication (IMC) - Incorporate an intensive sequence of graduate coursework emphasizing advertising, public relations and marketing communication as strategic and rhetorical functions that shape marketplace effectiveness and excellence.
- Corporate Communication - Gain a broad foundation in professional communication, communication ethics, public relations and marketing communication, and strategic and managerial communication.
- Rhetoric & Philosophy of Technology - Explore ideas and issues that have a profound impact on communication and culture; includes examination of the role and impact of various communication media.
- Communication Studies - Develop competencies in a number of areas including intercultural and interpersonal communication, organizational communication, argumentation, persuasion, event planning, etc.
Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, Middle States Commission on Higher Education
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