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In 2016, the Communication Department had:
Affiliated centers and archives include:
Additional information on the department can be found on the departmental fact sheet produced by the College of Arts & Sciences.
In addition to Journalism, the department requires students to focus on one conceptual area of emphasis:
Students must also take one course that is primarily methodological, emphasizing one or emore modes of communication inquiry.
The department also offers an evening-degree program that leads to the Bachelor of Arts in Communication. An honors program awards the baccalaureate degree "With College Honors in Communication."
The graduate program offers a Master of Arts in Communication, a Master of Communication Native Voices, and a Doctor of Philosophy in Communication. The Communication Leadership program "houses two degree emphases in digital media and creative engagement: the Master of Communication in Digital Media (MCDM) and the Master of Communication in Communities and Networks (MCCN)."