A professional program preparing individuals to diagnose and treat individuals with hearing and balance related disorder.
Archives: Graduate Professional Programs
The study of the role of communication and communication research in improving health and heath care.
An applied program for full-time professionals seeking to enhance managerial communication and leadership skills.
A program preparing creative people who hope to lead—or start new—arts enterprises.
A professional program in the diagnosis and treatment of communication disorders, with a concentration in either speech, swallowing, and language, or learning and behavior.
An immersive, comprehensive, and collaborative program designed to equip students with the tools and support necessary for success in professional theatre.
Intensive, collaborative training in directing for the stage.
Original mediamaking rooted in documentary strategies.
Advanced study in scenery, costume, and lighting design for theatre artists.
An interdisciplinary, professional program in sound that integrates the arts, humanities and sciences.
Scholarly study of historical and current human theatre and performance.
Interdisciplinary study of media and communication technologies.
Scholarly and performative study of cultural and literary practices/texts.
Academic and interdisciplinary study of film, television, and digital media.
Basic and applied research in normal or disordered communication and learning processes.
Academic study of communication in social, organizational, and public settings.
The study of human behavior and the development of new technologies, leading to a solid foundation for developing innovative technologies and understanding their everyday use.
A clinical doctorate to develop student’s ability to analyze and apply advanced principles of leadership, business and practice management, and clinical science.
Promotes and enhances neuroscience education and research.
Artistic and professional writing for film, TV, and stage.