Graduate Courses

About graduate credit: Students receive graduate credit for 500 level courses. Students may also receive graduate credit for undergraduate courses numbered 450 -499, but only with the graduate advisor’s approval and the course instructor’s permission. Further, the Graduate School only allows two courses at the undergraduate level to count toward the M.A. degree in Communication Studies. Courses 450-499 may not always be open to graduate students.

Organizational Communication

* COMM 470 Leadership Communication
* COMM 473 Interpersonal Problems in the Organization
* COMM 480 Health Communication
* COMM 555 Seminar in Small Group Communication
* COMM 570 Seminar in Organizational Communication
* COMM 577 Seminar in Conflict Management
* COMM 595 Internship

Interpersonal Communication

* COMM 460 Deception and Communication
* COMM 462 Family Communication
* COMM 463 Communication and Gender
* COMM 465 Nonverbal Communication
* COMM 484 Verbal Communication
* COMM 577 Seminar in Conflict Management
* COMM 584 Seminar in Interpersonal Communication

Intercultural Communication

* COMM 463 Communication and Gender
* COMM 475 International Communication
* COMM 545  Seminar in Ethnicity, Prejudice, and Communication
* COMM 560 Seminar in Social Change
* COMM 576 Seminar in Intercultural Communication

Political Communication

* COMM 440 Political Communication
* COMM 540 Seminar in Political Communication
* COMM 555 Seminar in Fundamentals of Communication and National Security
* COMM 556 Seminar in Communication and the Intelligence Cycle
* COMM 557 Seminar in Strategic Communication and Public Diplomacy
* COMM 558 Seminar in Intercultural Communication and National Security

Other Courses

* COMM 450 Technologies of Human Communication
* COMM 477  Environmental Communication
* COMM 505  Research Methods
* COMM 506  Qualitative Research Methods
* COMM 550 Seminar in Communication Technologies
* COMM 551 Graduate Seminar in Persuasion
* COMM 583 Seminar in Theories of Communication