Choose from eight specializations, gain professional hands-on experience.
Examines the role of communication, information, media and technology in professional healthcare.
"Only a small percentage (8.9%) of Americans have a master’s degree so setting myself apart from my competition was a strong factor in deciding to pursue my second degree."
Allison Stubin ’18 MCM
"The Ph.D. program in Communication, Information and Media provides you doctoral training in theoretical and research skills for scholarly and professional leadership in the fields of communication, library and information science, and journalism and media studies."
Jen Theiss, Ph.D. Program Director
From corporations to museums, the need for effective management and retrieval of digital artifacts continues to evolve and grow.
Health communicators need to communicate clearly and thoughtfully in times of stress.
"No matter what field you get into, in order to move up, you need to have great interpersonal skills.”
Maryanne Surowiec, PDS Program Coordinator