The graduate program in Communication will help you gain competence in observing, describing, comparing, interpreting, and critiquing communication practices. You’ll develop an understanding of the history of communication and its policies, institutions, and culture, as well as knowledge of communication theory, philosophy, methodology, and research. You can tailor your degree in different areas depending on your particular interest as you work alongside faculty who study communication practices at the levels of culture, media, and representation; individuals and groups; and institutions and social structures.