Students in Bellarmine’s Master of Arts in Communication Program study modern communication issues in a professional context. With access to state-of-the-art facilities and a small student-to-faculty ratio, the MAC program prepares students for careers and advancement in the vibrant field of communication. Our courses are taught by full-time faculty members who blend class work and discussion with hands-on application and field experiences, to create an optimal learning environment that teaches to the future of this dynamic industry. Students will apply communication theory to contemporary organizational and social issues, and they’ll explore ethical and legal issues related to communication across all media. If you want to study in an industry that never sleeps, then find your passion in Bellarmine’s School of Communication!
The curriculum includes 21 hours of required courses with options for the remaining 9 hours to complete the degree. Of the remaining 9 hours, students will take 3 Topics courses or take a combination of a Topics course, thesis and/or an independent study (upon approval of the Dean). Topics courses will vary by semester and the specialty of the faculty member instructing the course.
Office of Graduate Admission
Allen Hall, 4th Floor
2001 Newburg Road
Louisville, KY 40205