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Doctorate in Journalism and Mass Communication

Possible Ph.D. Concentration Areas 

Psychology 

  • PSYC 893: Multivariate Analysis 
  • EPSY 810: Regression Analysis 
  • PSYC 723: Advanced Cognitive Psychology 
  • PSYC 775: Adv Social Psych II 

Medicine 

  • PRVM 849: Qualitative Methods in Preventative Medicine 
  • PRVM 875: Data Management 
  • PRVM 800: Princ Epidemiology 
  • IPHI 851: Trnsfrmng Hlthcr thr Tech 

Women’s Studies 

  • WGSS 800: History Wmn,Gndr&Sexulity Stds 
  • WGSS 775: Advanced Study in Body&Senses 
  • WGSS 802: Feminist Methodologies 
  • WGSS 801: Feminist Theory 

Education 

  • ELPS 884: Research on College Students 
  • ELPS 882: Highr Educatn in United States 
  • ELPS 986: Governance &Admin of Higher Ed 
  • ELPS 983: Curric Innovation in Higher Ed 

Communication Studies 

  • COMS 620: Communication & New Technology 
  • COMS 907: Seminar in Political Communication 
  • COMS 946: Seminar in Communication & Intergroup Relations 
  • COMS 930: Seminar in Speech: New Media Audiences 

Business (2 credit hours) 

  • IBUS 730: International Business Strategy 
  • MGMT 725: Strategic Management of Tech Innovation 
  • MGMT 728: Managing Strategic Direction and Change 
  • MGMT 722: Corporate Strategy 
  • MGMT 727: Strategy Implementation 

Film and Media Studies 

  • FMS 592: Documentary Film and Video 
  • FMS 800: Intro Grad Study Film/Media 

Political Science 

  • POLS 912: Elections and Voting Behavior 
  • POLS 705: Research Design for Political Sci 
  • POLS 716: Political Behavior 
  • POLS 600: Cont Fem Pol Theory 

Graduate Admission Questions?

Admission questions may be directed to our graduate advisor, Jammie Johnson (785-864-7649), or our associate dean of graduate studies, Scott Reinardy (785-864-7691).

Also refer to the Graduate Handbook.

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