Undergraduate communication majors who have completed at
least 90 credits in their undergraduate program can be considered for
into the dual-degree pathway to the master of communication and media (M.C.M.) degree,
allowing students to earn a bachelor's degree and master's degree in
Communication majors who are admitted into the dual-degree pathway take two graduate
in each of the fall and spring semesters of their senior year. Those
are selected based on student goals and M.C.M. program requirements. These
courses (12 credits) count both as undergraduate major electives and
fulfill master's requirements as long as the student earns a grade of B
or better. Upon
successful completion of coursework in the senior year, dual-degree
will graduate from the undergraduate program and transition into the
program as an M.C.M. student. The master's can then be completed in one
year of full-time study or two years of part-time study.
about the application process and degree requirements are on the school's website.