The links below reflect all Departmental course offerings across the three most recent posted class schedules. Graduate courses are numbered at the 6000-level and above; graduate seminars are numbered 6800 and above.
The graduate curriculum is reflected in the four-year seminar schedule; while Communication graduate students may take some courses outside of the department, most of their courses (at least 75%) must come from the Communication graduate curriculum. A regular courseload is 9 credit hours of content courses; as most seminars are 3 credit hours, this means 3 courses each semester.
A regular slate of graduate workshops is offered each year to all graduate students to ensure their socialization, professionalization, intellectual development, and success navigating the program and the discipline. Workshop topics include but are not limited to writing; conference submission and presentation; publishing; grantwriting; “Brown Bag” sessions with individual faculty; and navigating various stages of the job market