The master of arts degree in communication with an emphasis in health communication is a 30-hour degree program, which offers a thesis option and a non-thesis option. The program consists of courses that provide students with an in-depth understanding of theory and application in the field of communication and, more specifically, in the area of health communication.
If you are interested in applying for the master of arts program in the School of Communication, please follow the application process described by the ECU Graduate School.
The applicant must hold a baccalaureate degree.
Along with the ECU Graduate School application form, a resume or curriculum vitae, two letters of professional and/or academic recommendation, a statement of purpose, official transcripts, and the GRE score are required. TOEFL is an additional requirement for the applicants whose native language is not English. Your statement of purpose should include your goals, experiences, and reasons for applying to the master of arts program in the School of Communication and should be no longer than 750 words. Submit all materials to the ECU Graduate School by the deadline set by the School of Communication. Admission to the program will be competitive. The following materials will be used in making decisions regarding candidates appropriateness for the program:
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