This page featured interviews with two graduates of the University of Connecticut’s Master of Arts in Communication program. To give prospective students an inside look at this two-year degree path, we asked UConn alumni Adam Rainer and Seth McCullock to describe their experience completing the master’s, as well as what initially drew them to the program. They offered a range of insights into the program’s curriculum structure, its capstone thesis requirement, and how earning an MA has impacted their careers post-graduation.
The Master of Arts in Communication program at the University of Connecticut allows students to design a plan of study that aligns with their career interests, offering specialization tracks in fields such as Communication Theory, Marketing Communication, and Organizational Communication. To hear more about this program from two recent grads, check out the interviews below.