Master’s in Communication Programs in Texas

Campus programs are defined as programs that have all of their instruction on campus, while Campus/Hybrid programs are defined as programs that blend on-campus and online/distance instruction, but whose courses are mostly campus-based. Online programs are defined as programs that are either 100% online with no campus visits, or those that require 1 to 2 campus visits per year. Online/Hybrid programs are defined as programs that require 3 to ~5 campus visits per year, with the rest of instruction taking place online.

Abilene Christian University

(Abilene)
Department: Department of Communication and Sociology
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Angelo State University

(San Angelo)
Department: Department of Communication and Mass Media
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Stephen F Austin State University

(Nacogdoches)
Department: Department of Languages, Cultures and Communication
Programs: Department: Department of Mass Communication
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Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi

(Corpus Christi)

Texas Christian University

(Fort Worth)
Department: Bob Schieffer College of Communication: Department of Communication Studies
Programs: Department: Bob Schieffer College of Communication: Department of Strategic Communication
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The University of Texas at Arlington

(Arlington)

The University of Texas at Austin

(Austin)

The University of Texas at El Paso

(El Paso)
Department: Department of Communication
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The University of Texas at Tyler

(Tyler)

The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley

(Edinburg )
Department: Department of Communication
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University of North Texas

(Denton)

University of the Incarnate Word

(San Antonio)