Admission into the Master of Science in International Communication
is contingent upon an assessment of the candidate’s ability to
successfully pursue graduate study.
Ability is demonstrated by previous academic performance,
satisfactory achievement on appropriate standardized tests (GRE),
letters of recommendation and other factors that suggest academic
potential and motivation.
Degree candidate must provide the following for admission
- Evidence of a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college
or university including official transcripts from each institution
- Three letters of recommendation from instructors/professors or
other qualified individuals.
- Official results of performance on standardized tests
- Demonstrate proficiency in a foreign language (this requirement
may be fulfilled during the course of studies in the program, but
To be considered as a degree candidate the student must meet the
- Must complete 18 credits of core required courses, and 9
- Must maintain a minimum of 3.0 overall average
- Those opting for thesis must follow the guidelines in
consultation with the Director of the Program
- Fulfill language requirements as indicated in the admissions