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Graduate

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Graduate students join faculty members Dr. Julie O’Neil, Dr.Wendy Macias, and Dr. Melita Garza for an end of semester BBQ at Dr. O’Neil’s home (May 2014).

If you’re looking to grow professionally and intellectually as a communication professional, then the graduate program may be for you. Enhance your understanding of communication and media and increase your competencies in strategy, research, storytelling, and digital media. Learn and work with leading professors in the school’s recently renovated facilities located in the 5th largest media market in the country.

Determining Fit with TCU’s Master’s Program

This degree is designed for working strategic communication professionals seeking to broaden their understanding of strategic communication theories and skills in strategy, research, storytelling, new media and leadership. Students will take a blend of advertising and public relations courses that enable them to compete in today’s digital and global world.

  • Recent college graduates with professional internship experience and at least 15 hours (15 courses) of journalism or advertising or public relations courses
  • Communication professionals with full-time or part-time jobs who want to refine and broaden their professional skills
  • Professionals who are considering a full-time academic career that involves teaching and research advertising, public relations, and/or journalism
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