Master of Arts in Communication
Why pursue a Master's in Communication at Bryant?
A Master of Arts in Communication will set you apart from peers by helping you master the full complement of communication skills that employers demand.
With evening classes, you have the flexibility to manage your course load to fit your schedule and the ability to pursue your passion and specialization. Numerous electives allow the freedom to create a program for your chosen path.
When can I start the program?
Applications are accepted at any time. Once all application materials are received, you will usually receive a decision within one week. Terms start in the Fall, Spring or Summer.
What will I learn?
Bryant's Master of Arts in Communication allows you to specialize in Organizational Communication, Health Communication, or an individually tailored area of study.
You can take a variety of courses and gain knowledge in: leadership, training and development, risk and crisis communication, campaign design, managing conflict and negotiation, health communication, nonverbal communication, message design and human relationships, media's impact on human behavior, and intercultural and diversity in communication.
Applications must be (or about to become) a graduate of an accredited, four-year college or university and submit the following: official transcripts, essay or GRE scores, 3 letters of recommendation, and a resume/vita. For specific information: Application Requirements
Of Bryant's Graduate A&S students 100% were employed before or soon after graduation
25% SALARY INCREASE
Jump in salary from a Bachelor's degree to a Communication Master's degree is 25%
Our award-winning professors are renowned leaders in their specializations
MA Communication (10 courses) $2,796 per course.