Prospective Students

We are pleased you are considering Purdue University for your graduate studies! Graduate students can earn either a thesis or non-thesis based Master's degree, and a dissertation-based Ph.D. degree in health, interpersonal, or organizational communication, media, technology and society, or public relations. More information about the program and its reputation are available here.

Our graduate program is organized under five areas of study:

Additionally, beginning in May 2014 we offer an online MS in Communication and an online Graduate Certificate Program in Strategic Communication Management.

Interdisciplinary programs are also available in:

  • Communication and Philosophy

  • Communication and Aging

  • Information Assurance and Security

  • Public Health - MPH - Health Communication track (under development)

Should you need anything, feel free to contact Jill Dyson in our Office of Graduate Studies -at:

Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN 47907 (765) 494-4600

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