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Advance your Career with a Masters in Communication Studies from West Chester University! Obtain the communication skills that will help advance your career. The Masters in Communication Studies at West Chester University will improve your communication skills and make you a more effective leader. Many of our graduates have launched new careers, advanced professionally in their organizations, and gone on to complete Ph.D. programs to teach at top universities.
Learn more about this program! Please join us for on Friday, April 24 at 6:30 pm at the Sheraton Sociey Hill, Ballroom D for a reception with faculty and recent high-profile graduates. More information is available at RSVP to Diane Greenwood at firstname.lastname@example.org or 267-386-3009.Our graduate program offers:
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The program is well suited for working professionals and offers evening courses. Classes meet in state of the art classrooms at the Mellon Independence Center, 701 Market Street. All courses for the 36 credit degree can be completed at the Philadelphia campus.
Requirements: Official transcripts from all colleges attended. The undergraduate cumulative GPA should be at least 3.0. Exceptions are possible. Standardized GRE general test scores in two of the three tested areas in at least the 50th percentile. Students with an undergraduate GPA of a 3.5 or higher are exempt from taking the GRE test. Two letters of recommendation. Specific information on M. A. in Communication Studies can be found on the M.A. in Communications website
ALL WCU PHILADELPHIA students receive a 10% tuition discount.Further Information:
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The MSW program in Philadelphia is a part-time MSW program. Classes meet one evening per week in state of the art classrooms at the Mellon Independence Center. Academic standards and requirements of the MSW program in Philadelphia are consistent with the West Chester program. All required courses (54 credits) must be completed at the Philadelphia campus. However, students may take elective credits at either the Philadelphia or West Chester University campus.
Requirements: Official transcripts from all colleges attended, 3-5 page personal statement, two letters of recommendation. Specific information on MSW Program admissions requirements can be found on the Master of Social Work website.
The Master of Science in Criminal Justice provides a high-quality, advanced education to part-time students (2-3 year program). The program is well-suited to working professionals and offers evening courses and selected online electives. Classes meet one evening a week in state of the art classrooms at the Mellon Independence Center, 701 Market Street. Academic standards and requirements of MS Criminal Justice program in Philadelphia are consistent with the West Chester program. Professors are seasoned professionals in their field of expertise and offer practical as well as academic excellence in the classroom. The program also serves as the basis for those planning to pursue doctoral degrees.
Requirements: An official transcript from all colleges attended and two letters of recommendation.
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