A candidate for a Ph.D. degree in another area may earn a doctoral minor in mass communications by taking a minimum of 10 credits in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication. Typically, the student will write a dissertation combining research in the major and minor fields. This minor is open to any Ph.D. students who seek to complement their main area of research with a thorough understanding of communication dynamics and how these dynamics affect society.
A minor in mass communications consists of at least 10 graduate credits in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication seminars and colloquia.
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