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- Master of Arts in Communication
- Master of Arts in Communication - Political Communication
- Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies
- Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies - Rhetoric and Public Culture
- Master of Fine Arts - Creative Writing
- Bachelor of Fine Arts - Creative Writing for Entertainment
- B.A. - Communication Studies
- B.A. - Journalism and Mass Communication
- B.A. - Public Relations and Marketing
- BBA: New Media and Internet Marketing
- Ph.D. in Organizational Development & Leadership - Social Media & Technology
- M.A. in Organizational Development & Leadership - Social Media & Technology
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- BS - Communication
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