Degrees and Majors

Undergraduate Students

The Department of Communication at UTA has 7 areas of study and 1 certificate to offer: Advertising, Broadcasting, Communication Studies, Communication Technology, Journalism, Public Relations, Philanthropy, and a Digital Media Certificate.

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Graduate Students

UTA's Master in Communication program is unique in that it is a blend of communication studies and mass communication disciplines. Students are able to work with the graduate advisor and committee to construct a unique program of study to meet their goals. The program offers two tracks: the thesis option and non-thesis/coursework only option.

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Experiential Learning

The Department of Communication at UTA is a recognized leader in experiential learning. You can expect a rigorous curriculum that will prepare to you enter the communication industry through innovative, transformative classroom experiences, internships, and mentoring from our well-qualified instructors.

As part of the College of Liberal Arts and one of the most diverse student populations in the United States, your experiences will provide you with the edge that you need to excel after graduation.

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Prospective Students

Whether you are a high school student, a transfer student, a military veteran, an older student returning to school after a break, or a parent of a child thinking about pursuing a Communication degree, we know that you have questions. We have prepared an overview of what to expect as a major in Communication, including the majors we offer, internship opportunities, ways to get involved, and how to apply.

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Get Involved With Student Organizations and Clubs

Did you know that The Department of Communication has more student organizations than any other department at UTA?