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Purdue University

  • Master of Science in Communication
  • Graduate Certificate in Strategic Communication Management

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Colorado State University Global

  • BS - Communication

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Full Sail University

  • Master of Fine Arts - Creative Writing
  • BS - Media Communications (Campus)
  • BS - Sportscasting (Campus)

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Queens University of Charlotte

  • Master of Arts in Communication - General
  • Master of Arts in Communication - Integrated Digital Strategy Concentration
  • Master of Arts in Communication - Undecided

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Penn Foster High School

  • Penn Foster High School with Early College Courses
  • HS Diploma

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Penn Foster Career School

  • Career Diploma: Freelance Writer

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Indiana Wesleyan University

  • BS Human Communications
  • A.S. General Studies - Communications
  • Undergraduate Certificate - Communications

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Grand Canyon University

  • M.A. in Communication with an Emphasis in Education

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