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MA Communication

Effective communicators are in high demand, especially in the ever-changing social and digital media landscape. Whether you’re interested in entering or advancing your career, Monmouth University’s 30-credit Master of Arts in Communication gives you an in-depth, inspired understanding of how information, media, people, and diverse organizations intersect within our global society.

Through classes and seminars you will learn how to address real-world challenges in public relations; interactive and digital media; public service and community relations; and organizational communication. Monmouth offers two optional concentrations and one certificate to specialize your studies based on your career goals and interests.

You’ll emerge from the program with a thorough expertise of relevant theories and research methods as well as professionally applied skillsets taught by dynamic and accessible faculty members who are recognized communication scholars and practitioners.

Application deadlines for this program are May 1 for Summer, July 15 for Fall, and December 1 for Spring. View Program Application Requirements.

Dickie Cox

Dickie Cox, M.F.A.

Program Director

Phone: 732-571-4429

Tiffany McClary ’20

Marketing & Outreach Director,
NJ State Library
Masters of Communication alum Tiffany McClary '20 is a Communications, Marketing & Outreach Director for a NJ state agency and has worked in the Communications field for over 15 years.

The M.A. in Communication program has prepared me to be an effective communication professional. A large part of the work that I do is relationship building and bridging connections between non-profit, government and business organizations, both statewide and nationally. I have learned first-hand the vital role communication plays in collaboration and have found that the success of these programs depends on shared resources and collective support. I have amassed a wealth of invaluable experience through my Monmouth University education which I am able to translate into this important work.