University at Albany-SUNY, Department of Communication
The program leading to the Doctor of Philosophy degree in Communication at the University at Albany-SUNY is designed to prepare qualified students for college and university teaching and for careers in communication research. The program emphasizes communication theory, research methods, and the application of knowledge in the field to identify, analyze and propose solutions for communication problems. The program requires at least three academic years of full-time course work, beyond the baccalaureate, in addition to the dissertation.
- Health Communication
- Interpersonal/Intercultural Communication
- Organizational Communication
- Political Communication
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- #36 of 60 programs by Number of Citations
- Top Ten Research Program in 3 of 99 Research Areas
- Transcript(s) of academic work.
- Three (3) letters of recommendation.
- Your personal statement.
- A writing sample.
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