Master of Arts in Organizational Communication

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Program Description

The Master of Arts in Organizational Communication  prepares students for a variety of careers and pursuits in which advanced communication study is helpful, especially management, personnel relations, training, sales, marketing, and intercultural communication.   While many of our graduates find success in diverse organizational settings we also have a number of students in quality doctoral programs around the country, including the University of Missouri, Ohio University, Kent State, Texas A & M, and Bowling Green State University.

The graduate program in Communication offers students many opportunities to advance their education through a Master's program or a Graduate Certificate. Our mission is to provide graduate students with engaging, challenging, and rewarding programs integrating communication theory, practice, and problem-based research. Our vibrant program includes coursework in organizational, health, interpersonal, and intercultural communication providing students with a well-rounded academic experience. Utilizing foundational works and contemporary studies of communication processes, we prepare students to advance in professional and academic endeavors. 

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Since Western Kentucky University opened its doors in 1906, the liberal arts have been at the heart of the school’s mission. With outstanding programs in the arts, humanities, and social sciences, tha ... Read More

Since Western Kentucky University opened its doors in 1906, the liberal arts have been at the heart of the school’s mission. With outstanding programs in the arts, humanities, and social sciences, that is as true today as it was more than a century ago. Potter College of Arts & Letters (PCAL) prepares students to enter a wide range of careers and programs of advanced study through its 34 majors, 38 minors, and 5 certificates through 12 academic programs. As advocates of the liberal arts, Potter College believes that understanding history, society and culture helps students better understand and succeed in the world, and takes as its primary area of scholarly concern the study of men and women—their past, present, and future as well as their aesthetic expression, metaphysical concerns, and social interaction. Read less
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