Graduate Catalog 2005-2006
Major Adviser: Gordon Rowland, Chair of Graduate Program, firstname.lastname@example.org
The master of science degree program in the Department of Organizational Communication, Learning, and Design of the Roy H. Park School of Communications prepares graduates to pursue professional careers as organizational communication and learning system designers and managers. Alumni of the program include media producers and communication managers in business, education, and human services; instructional designers; marketing media and public relations specialists; trainers; independent consultants and producers; and communication analysts. Students from all disciplines and professions are encouraged to apply to the communications program.
In addition to the courses described below, selected topics and contemporary issues courses regularly offer opportunities to study such topics as technical communication, global communication and learning, and integrated marketing and training strategies. A speaker series brings noted researchers and practitioners to campus to meet and address our students and faculty.
The Roy H. Park School of Communications is housed in an attractive facility that includes an interactive media and website development lab, desktop publishing and computer-based presentation support media systems, television studios, teleconferencing units, video field production and digital postproduction equipment, processing and printing rooms for color and black-and-white film, digital photo and audio labs, computer-based research and writing facilities, and a graduate student office and computer lab. These facilities, plus a faculty actively engaged in current research and practice, allow students to pursue interests in the areas of
Applicants to the graduate program in communications should include with their application a short letter stating their purpose for pursuing graduate study at Ithaca College and describing any relevant educational or professional experience.
To be eligible for admission to the master's degree program, the candidate must have earned a baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution. Overall grade point average at the undergraduate level and academic and/or professional recommendations are among the criteria considered for admission to the program. A personal interview is recommended. The program welcomes applicants from disciplines other than communications.