As one of the oldest communication programs in the nation, we've played a dominant role in shaping the scholarly field of communication. Our communication degree programs cover a wide range of topics, from how to work effectively in teams, to resolving conflicts, designing persuasive messages, running health campaigns and relating well with other people.
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Recent doctoral program graduate Yue (Nancy) Dai from the Department of Communication has accepted a tenure-track position as an Assistant Professor at City University of Hong Kong.Read more
Whether you're just starting out or ready for more, we've got a degree option for you. We offer B.A., M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in Communication.
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Integrating the new with the tried-and-true is what we do best. We stay ahead of the game with studies on virtual reality, health communication, neuroscience and online analytics. It's all communication.
It is unfortunate that not everyone has access to quality nutrition. Food insecurity can surface in surprising places, including college campuses. Thankfully, there are places like the MSU Student Food Bank, a resource for college students who may be uncertain about their access to food. The food bank provides free food and related items to assist in decreasing the overall cost of groceries for students. Students are provided with foods such as fresh produce, soups, pasta, dairy products, and other items. To be eligible to receive food bank services, beneficiaries must be enrolled MSU students.Read more
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