Master of Arts in Communication
Why Pursue a Master’s in Communication at Bryant?
Career success – 100% of our graduates have landed a job either before or soon after graduating from the program.
World-class faculty – Our full-time professors are renowned, award-winning leaders in their specializations.
Ability to pursue your passion and specialization – Only two of ten courses are prerequisites, which allows the freedom to create a program for your chosen path.
Evening classes and the flexibility to manage your course load to fit your work and life schedule.
When can I start the Program?
Applications are accepted at any time.
Once all application materials are received, you will usually receive a decision within one week.
The program can be started in the Fall, Spring or Summer terms.
Applications are accepted at any time. Once all application materials are received, you will usually receive a decision within one week
GREs are optional and there are no prerequisites for admission.
COM 601 Communication Theory
COM 602 Communication Research Methods and Statistics
COM 603 Health Communication - Required for the Health Communication Concentration
COM 604 Organizational Communication - Required for the Organizational Communication Concentration
COM 610 Conflict Management and Negotiation in Organizations
COM 611 Communication in Small Groups Applied Theory
COM 612 Media Effects Theory and Research
COM 613 Communication, Persuasion, and Social Influence
COM 614 Ethical Public Communication
COM 615 Culture, Diversity, and Communication
COM 618 Risk and Crisis Communication
COM 619 Global Communication
COM 620 Computer-Mediated Communication
COM 631 Community-Based Campaigns and Public Health
COM 690 Graduate Practicum
COM 697 Directed Study in Communication
COM 698 Culminating Project
COM 699 Thesis
risk and crisis communication.
• campaign design.
• managing conflict and negotiation.
• understanding how media impacts human behavior and interactions.
• other areas involving message design and human relationships
science of persuasion - other areas involving message design and human relationships.
MA Communication (10 courses) $2,796 per course.