Master’s in Communication in Nevada
Nevada is home to two schools that offer master's-level communication programs. Both programs are offered in traditional on-campus formats, one in Las Vegas and the other in Reno. These programs aim to prepare students for Ph.D. programs as well as careers in communication following graduation. Major employers in Nevada that may provide employment opportunities for recent graduates include the many hotels, resorts and hospitality companies that call Las Vegas and its surrounding areas home, such as MGM Resorts International and Las Vegas Sands, two of the state's largest employers. Other employment opportunities may be found at marketing, graphic design and public relations companies based in Las Vegas, as well as local media outlets (i.e. newspapers, radio and television stations) in Las Vegas, Reno, and smaller towns nearby.
Keep reading for additional information about Nevada's two master's in communication programs:
UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA - LAS VEGAS
The University of Nevada in Las Vegas offers a Master of Arts in Communication Studies program as a traditional on-campus program.
What to Know: The Master of Arts in Communication Studies program allows students to choose from two emphases: Interpersonal Communication or Rhetorical Studies. Students also choose from a professional track that prepares graduates for careers in communication following graduation or a Ph.D. track that prepares them for doctoral study.
What Does It Cost?: Graduate level tuition for full-time students for the 2017-2018 academic year was $6,158 per semester for Nevada residents, and $20,346 for non-residents.
Anything Else?: The application deadline for the fall semester is March 1, and November 1 for the spring.
UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA - RENO
The University of Nevada in Reno offers a Master of Arts in Communication Studies program in an on-campus format.
What to Know: The Master of Arts in Communication Studies program has a thesis or non-thesis option, and offers students the choice of concentrating their studies on the interpersonal, organizational or public areas of conflict management.
What Does It Cost?: Graduate level tuition for the fall 2018 semester is $274 per credit hour for Nevada residents, and an additional $7,236 for non-residents who are taking 7 credits or more.
Anything Else?: Students can begin their studies in the fall or spring semesters. The application deadline for the fall semester is February 1, and October 1 for the spring.
University of Nevada - Las Vegas
4505 S. Maryland Parkway
Las Vegas, NV 89154
University of Nevada - Reno
1664 N. Virginia Street
Reno, NV 89557