University of Missouri, Department of Communication
The Department of Communication at the University of Missouri offers the undergraduate Bachelor of Arts, and the graduate Masters of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy degrees in Communication. Through our curriculum students learn to apply the study of communication to their professional and personal lives. The faculty have national and international reputations for research and teaching in four specific research areas.
- Interpersonal Communication
- Mass Media
- Organizational Communication
- Political Communication
Neuendorf, et al., 2007
- #16 of 28 Communication Doctoral Degree Programs
NRC Assessment of Research-Doctorate Programs
- #13 of 83 programs in Research Output
- #40 of 83 programs in Diversity
Allen, et al., 2012
- #33 of 60 programs by Number of Citations
- Top Ten Research Program in 10 of 99 Research Areas
- Official undergraduate/graduate transcripts.
- Graduate Record Examination (GRE) scores, taken within the past five years.
- Résumé or Curriculum Vita.
- Three letters of recommendation, which should come from qualified people.
- A sample of scholarly writing.
- A statement of purpose (no more than 500 words).
- Associate Professor Elizabeth Behm-Morawitz, Ph.D., University of Arizona
- Assistant Professor Colleen Colaner, Ph.D., University of Nebraska
- Professor Debbie Dougherty, Ph.D., University of Nebraska
- Assistant Professor Haley Horstman, Ph.D., University of Nebraska
- Assistant Professor Brian Houston, Ph.D., University of Oklahoma
- Professor Mitchell McKinney, Ph.D., University of Kansas
- Associate Professor Rebecca Meisenbach, Ph.D., Purdue University
- Assistant Professor Julius Riles, Ph.D., University of Illinois
- Assistant Professor Ben Warner, Ph.D., University of Kansas