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International and Intercultural Communication 2010–2011

Admission Requirements

Program Requirements and Deadlines


Program Degrees Offered Number of Credits Full Time/ Part Time Tests Required— Min. Score

International and Intercultural Communication M.A. 60 hours FT/PT GRE—varies TOEFL—105/620 (iBT/pBT) 4.5 (TWE–pBT) or 27 (writing–iBT)

Additional Requirements:

Official transcripts

Three letters of recommendation

A personal statement of academic and professional goals/objectives

Any other credentials the applicant may wish to have considered

Areas of Concentration:

The IIC faculty has identified the following areas of concentration to guide students. These are only suggestions to help select classes that complement academic interests and/or career goals. Visit soc.du.edu for class listings that apply to each area.

  • Conflict management/resolution
  • Development communication
  • Global health communication
  • Globalization and culture
  • Human rights
  • International administration
  • International/intercultural public relations and marketing, or diplomacy
  • International organizational, nonprofit or corporate communication
  • International politics
  • International print, broadcast, digital media and Internet, production and journalism
Application Deadlines:

Feb. 15 for priority consideration.

Applications are accepted after that date if spaces remain available, as the program has rolling admissions. Applicants for winter and spring quarters should submit an application at least two months prior to the start of that quarter. The admissions committee considers applications in February and March for the subsequent fall quarter and meets once during fall and winter quarters to consider midyear applications.

Admission to the M.A. program is competitive, and a limited number of spaces are available. The admissions committee will rarely consider incomplete files.

Prerequisite Courses/Degrees:

Applicants for whom English is a second language but have received a degree at an institution where English is the language of instruction and examination are not required — but are strongly encouraged — to submit TOEFL and TWE scores along with their GRE scores. Submission of these scores will strengthen the application.

Admission Forms:

Application for Graduate Financial Assistance form