The Instructional Communication certificate helps educators and professionals understand the use of communication in an instructional context. The program will help educators from any discipline design messages to advance the teaching of any subject in a classroom, enhance employee training and development in the work place, or improve communication to patients about their medical treatment.
Graduate Studies Admission Criteria and Application Process
Refer to the Admission section of the bulletin for information about Graduate Studies admission criteria and the online application process.
A Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree from a regionally accredited institution
An undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or higher
Students enrolled in the Instructional Communication Certificate program may opt to change to the Advanced Instructional Communication Certificate, provided they submit a Change of Graduate Program request form prior to completing nine (9) hours in the Instructional Communication Certificate program. Students cannot obtain both the Instructional Communication Certificate and the Advanced Instructional Communication certificate.
Students completing either certificate may continue their graduate studies by applying to the Master of Arts in Communication (MA) program. Coursework from the certificate program can be applied toward the MA in Communication. Students who choose this option must submit a Change of Graduate Program request form to declare the MA degree program.