UCF's Master of Arts in Communication prepares students for a wide range of professions in academia and the public and private sectors. This program, comprised of industry-leading scholars and professionals, provides students with the knowledge to succeed as expert communicators - all within a convenient and practical curriculum.
Housed in the Nicholson School of Communication and Media, the MA in Communication is part of UCF Downtown, a 21st-century campus with access to arts, culture, nightlife, and business. While some courses are offered online, required core courses and most electives are offered in a face-to-face or mixed-mode formats, typically Monday - Thursday evenings at UCF Downtown.
The MA degree program in Communication is a four-semester program for full-time students. Part-time students make take up to seven years to complete the program. Both thesis and nonthesis options are offered and both consist of a minimum of 33 semester hours of work.
Total Credit Hours Required: 33 Credit Hours Minimum beyond the Bachelor's Degree
- Commercial Announcer
- Copy Writer
- Environmental Communications Specialist
- Interpersonal Communications Professor
- Media Arts Professor
- Press Secretary
- Professor of Communication and Writing
- Public Relations Representative
- Radio Artist
- Radio Disk Jockey
- Radio Host
- Radio Script Writer
- Screen Writer
- Short Story Writer
- Song Lyricist
- Speech Professor
- Talk Show Host