Students choose between three areas of concentration: interpersonal interaction, public relations & organizational communication, and science & environmental communication. Students complete a minimum of 30 credit hours.
Students have additional focused development related to instructional design, facilitation, assessment, and student resource center administration.
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The estimated cost for the communication master’s degree program based on current rates is $18,725. The UAF Department of Communication has a limited number of virtual teaching assistant (TA) positions for highly qualified full-time students.
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You can also learn about scholarships and financial aid.