Explore the wide variety of ways in which messages are communicated throughout society.
Each of our diverse and innovative graduate programs offer you not only the skills necessary to succeed in the communications field, but the perspective to do so as an ethically informed and socially aware communicator.
As a graduate student, you will also have access to our internship program, a unique extension of the classroom that allows you to gain experience and make connections that can benefit you after graduation.
Students are prepared for dynamic and innovative career paths in an increasingly multi-platform and multicultural media environment, and will gain a solid theoretical and practical foundation for pursuing advanced degrees and conducting independent research projects in academic or professional settings.
The University of Denver also offers an M.A. and M.F.A. in Emergent Digital Practices .
Interested in a Media and Public Communication or International and Intercultural Communication (IIC) graduate program? Complete a brief form and receive more information about our graduate programs.
If one of our programs sounds like a fit for you, we encourage you to apply today.
Email us with questions, or to schedule a customized visit.
Adrienne.Russell@du.edu, director of graduate studies
IIC inquiries: IIC@du.edu
Students desiring priority admission and financial aid should have all materials submitted by the priority deadline:
- January 1: International students seeking fall quarter 2016 admission
- February 15: Domestic students seeking fall quarter 2016 admission
Basic requirements for application:
- Online application
- Official transcripts
- GRE/TOEFL test scores
- Personal statement
- Three letters of recommendation
Online Information Sessions
Interested in learning more about the graduate program offerings? Email MFJS@du.edu to schedule an online informational session to interact with graduate directors and faculty.
Hear what our alumni have to say
Our graduates find success in all corners of the world. We asked a few of them to talk briefly about their graduate student experience at DU and give us an update on where they are now.
Danielle English, Strategic Communication '10