Student setting at a desk in grad class with computer.

The Master of Arts in Professional Communication prepares students to work in communication-intensive jobs, including social media management, user experience, advertising, public relations, professional writing, human resources, fundraising, event management, training, and consulting, among other things. We accept students with a variety of undergraduate degrees (business, writing, art, computer science) and experience. 


We are no longer accepting applications for future terms. 

Have questions? Schedule an appointment. 

eletra gilchrist petty

Dr. Eletra Gilchrist-Petty

chair and professor

 Morton Hall 278F