Study the different ways people communicate, so you can prepare for leadership roles across the globe.
Communication plays a fundamental role in our global society and it is imperative for us to recognize and appreciate the international and intercultural contexts in which it occurs. With a Ph.D. in Communication from UND, you'll learn about human communication across diverse cultures and through multiple systems.
- Program type:
- Doctoral Degree
- Est. time to complete:
- 3-5 years
- Credit hours:
Why Study Communication at UND?
Understanding the different ways people communicate around the world will help you address socially and globally pressing communication challenges. The Communication doctoral program at UND provides you with knowledge and skills that will set you apart as a leader in international and intercultural communication.
Through the program, you'll work hand-in-hand with research faculty recognized for their work in:
- Interpersonal and persuasive communication
- Risk and crisis communication
- New media and cyberculture
- Strategic communication in digital and social media environments
You'll be a communications expert, prepared to teach at the college level or find a career in a media-related field as a researcher, consultant or policy maker.