The Communication Arts program uses a unique blend of theory-driven and experienced-based classes where students acquire the knowledge and skills to enter the media industry. Fields of study include production, print media, or convergent media delivery and prepares students for further study at the graduate level. The Communication Arts Graduate program addresses the Guiding Principles and Objectives for Graduate Studies with the expectation that graduate students will:
Communication Arts graduate program applicants must meet all University graduate admissions requirements. This is accomplished when the applicant has:
Students who lack the appropriate undergraduate degree may be required to take undergraduate leveling classes at the recommendation of the graduate faculty. At the discretion of the graduate faculty, experience in the field may be substituted for undergraduate prerequisites. Under rare circumstances, students who do not meet the minimum requirements may be considered for admission to the program.
For more information contact:
Dr. Trey Guinn, Director of Graduate Programs for Communication Arts
Assistant Professor, Communication Arts
Contact information: Office AD 284
Office phone: 210-283-6397