Applicants for unconditional admission must meet University-wide admission requirements in addition to meeting the following Communication admission requirements:
Scores from the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) general test.
Two letters of recommendation from academic sources with the option of an additional letter from either an academic or a professional source (no more than three letters should be submitted). Letters from academic sources are expected, but if the applicant has been out of school for a significant period of time, letters from professional sources who can attest to the applicant’s academic potential may be considered. (submitted online) For advice on obtaining recommendations, see Letters of Recommendation.
A statement of purpose, 500-750 words in length, describing the applicant’s academic and career goals and how a master’s degree in Communication will help to achieve them. Applicants should specify which areas of specialized study they plan to pursue and why. (submitted online) For advice on composing a statement of purpose, see Writing Your Statement of Purpose.
International students need an official score of the TOEFL or the IELTS.
An official transcript of undergraduate program.
The number of students admitted to this program may be limited.
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