Professional Communication (PCOM) Graduate Program
The Master of Arts in Professional Communication
The Master of Arts in Professional Communication (PCOM) is designed to meet the demands for trained communicators in a wide variety of professional roles. The degree will provide advanced training in analysis, design, delivery, and evaluation of communication in both business and nonprofit environments. Students may study traditional forms of written and oral communication and recent developments in communication technology.
This degree will be of special interest to people seeking professional advancement in advertising, broadcasting, journalism, public relations, electronic media, corporate communications, and training and development. Professionals in other fields will find that this degree will help them improve their skills and increase their value to employers.
For more information about the Professional Communication graduate program please contact
Dr. Dan Brown at (423) 439-4171.
- have a baccalaureate degree in any field from a regionally accredited institution with a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0.
- apply and be accepted to ETSU's School of Graduate Studies
- take the Graduate Record Examination and achieve test scores predictive of success in the program.
- provide three letters recommending admittance into the program.
After admission, students shall consult with the graduate advisor to determine their academic needs and plan individualized programs of study.
Advisement Information & Curriculum
Graduate Faculty & Courses Taught