Master’s in Communication in Nebraska
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Nebraska offers aspiring communications students four options for master's in communication programs: two traditional classroom-based programs in Lincoln and Omaha and two fully online programs that allow students to take courses from home. In a fairly rural state like Nebraska, online program options allow students to study whenever and wherever is convenient for them, without having to make a long commute to Lincoln or Omaha. Following graduation, students may pursue doctoral programs for further communications study, a teaching position, or a career in one of Nebraska's main industries, including agriculture, food products and manufacturing, healthcare services, and banking or financial services.
See the listing below for more details about the master's in communication programs offered in Nebraska:
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA – LINCOLN
The University of Nebraska in Lincoln offers a Master of Arts in Communication Studies in a traditional on-campus format.
What to Know: The Master of Arts in Communication Studies program allows students to specialize in Interpersonal, Family & Health Communication or Rhetoric & Public Culture. These programs prepare students for further doctoral study in programs across the country.
What Does It Cost?: The base graduate level tuition rate for the 2018-2019 academic year is $323.25 per credit hour for Nebraska residents and $925.25 per credit hour for non-residents.
Anything Else?: The application deadline for the fall semester is January 15.
Online Master’s in Communication Programs in Nebraska
Bellevue University offers an online Master of Arts in Business and Professional Communication in an online format.
What to Know: The online Master of Arts in Business and Professional Communication is an interdisciplinary program that allows students to choose from several professionally-focused concentrations, including Business, Computer Information Systems, Project Management, Transnational and Cross-Cultural Communication, Human Resource Management, Executive Coaching, and Interdisciplinary Studies.
What Does It Cost?: Graduate level tuition for the 2018-2019 academic year is $575 per credit hour. This cost does not include additional course fees or the cost of books and supplies.
Anything Else?: Coursework for the Master of Arts in Business and Professional Communication program includes topics on business and marketing communication, leadership and organizational communication, public relations, negotiation and conflict management, interpersonal communication and strategies for integrating the latest technology.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA
The University of Nebraska offers a fully online Master of Arts in Journalism and Mass Communications program.
What to Know: The online Master of Arts in Journalism and Public Communication program offers two options for specialization: Professional Journalism and Integrated Marketing Communication. Both programs are 36-credit hour programs that have a thesis and non-thesis options available.
What Does It Cost?: Graduate level tuition for the 2018-2019 academic year is $356.50 per credit hour for Nebraska residents and $628.50 for non-residents.
Anything Else?: The application deadline for the fall semester is February 1 and September 1 for the spring semester.
Nebraska Colleges That Offer Accredited Master's in Communications Programs
1000 Galvin Road South
Bellevue, NE 68005
University of Nebraska
3835 Holdrege Street
Lincoln, NE 68583
(140) 247-2211 x1
University of Nebraska - Lincoln
313 N 13th St
Lincoln, NE 68588