Qualified students can accelerate their careers by beginning graduate level courses in the fourth year of undergraduate study. Students accepted into a 4+1 program will begin graduate level work in approved courses for the 4+1 transition phase. Up to 12 hours of approved course work can be counted for both Bachelorís and Masterís degree. Students continue their graduate course work full-time over the next three semesters, including one summer, in order to finish their undergraduate and graduate degrees in five years.
Admission Criteria :
Students must apply BEFORE completing 100 credit hours towards undergraduate degree.
Application is made by the end of the junior year.
Application Materials :
Materials to be submitted to the Graduate College Admissions Office- Parker Hannifin Bldg. 2nd floor
This is an example of what your class sequence may look like. Call 216.687.2116 for more information on the 4+1 or any of the School of Communication Graduate offerings. Additional School of Communication Graduate Program requirements and checklists are here.
For Advising in this major, contact any of the faculty in your area of interest or call 216.687.4630 to be connected with an available advisor.
More career information can be found here.
Check out our other School of Communication majors and certificates here.