Three communication graduate students and assistant professor Dr. Carrisa Hoelscher looking at a computer screen together during class.

Why pursue a master’s in communication at Missouri State?

  • The program balances theory and research with service-learning and internship opportunities, preparing you for a variety of professional settings.
  • You’ll learn from faculty members who are published experts in the field.
  • You’ll benefit from individualized attention, research opportunities, and working partnerships with our faculty members.
  • You have the opportunity to specialize in a unique area such as conflict, organizational communication, or communication and culture.

Ready to apply? Learn more about entrance requirements for prospective students.

You can earn a graduate assistantship that includes tuition and fee waivers plus an additional living stipend.

Consider the options for lifetime success. A master’s degree in communication opens doors in consulting, human resources, management, public relations and much more.


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