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Communi­cation: Interpersonal and Organizational Communication

Interpersonal and organizational communication teaches cutting-edge, dynamic communication methods.

This versatile degree will develop your speaking and writing skills while providing the ideal preparation for careers that involve human relations related to interpersonal and organizational communication.

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How to Apply

Top Reasons

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Go Beyond

Relationships with professors extend beyond the classroom and beyond graduation. We continue to provide graduates with professional and career guidance.

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Conference Opport­un­it­ies

Students have the opportunity to present at state and national conferences to share campaigns and network with industry professionals.

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Engaged Learning

With an on campus television station, newspaper, and social media experience, you can put your theories to practice in a real-world, hands-on environment.

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Graduate School Head Start

The degree requires either a semester-long internship or senior thesis, which can be used as a writing sample for graduate applications.

View the Communi­cation: Interpersonal and Organizational Communication Brochure

Moc Quotes

Interpersonal Communication is more than just an academic field. It’s a series of life lessons that applies to all facets of your college experience.

Megan Getter, Class of 2012

Internship Opport­unities

Gain invaluable experience and professional connections by interning with the nation’s leading organizations.

publix supermarkets
rutgers university in new brunswick
watson clinic

Program Contact

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Office of Admissions

Admissions Counselors

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Dr. Cara Mackie

Chair of Communication Department

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