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Stevenson University

Program Proposal(pdf)

MS  Comunication Studies   6/9/2014  Recommended  7/18/2014 

Comunication Studies  Program Description

The Master of Science (M.S.) in Comunication Studies will provide students with a foundation in communication theory and research. The program critiques and analyzes human communication in a variety of contexts. It is designed for those who want to enhance their communication competencies in order to communicate more effectively both professionally and personally. The curriculum covers the major areas of communication, including interpersonal, intercultural, organizational, nonverbal, conflict resolution, small group, rhetorical and speech. Graduates will be able to analyze workplace difficulties and provide resolutions across various cultural, social and business settings. They will also be able to assist organizations in constructing successful team-building strategies and streamlining internal and external messages.

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