Master of Arts in Communication and Leadership


About the Program

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Study Abroad trip to Italy

The Master of Arts in Communication and Leadership degree at Park is an innovative graduate program that combines coursework in communication studies with a special focus on transformational leadership and organizational change. Our program prepares creative and skilled communicators who possess advanced interpersonal and organizational skills that can be applied to positions in corporate and non-profit organizations, the military, government, politics and more.

Our mission is to develop effective communicators who are creative and who possess the skills needed to meet the demands of complex organizations. We are looking for engaged, committed graduate students from all walks of life and welcome your interest in Park.

Admission Requirements GO
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What We Offer

The master’s degree program at Park offers you:

  • Affordability –Tuition is well below that many other graduate programs in the region and across the country. Tuition and Fees.
  • Flexibility – Courses can be completed both face-to-face and online with a variety of term lengths and scheduling options.
  • Study Abroad – Students conduct a special project on international communications issues during a 2-week trip to Italy.
  • Individualized attention – Small classes seminars and outstanding faculty devoted to teaching ensures that all students benefit from experienced mentors.

About Our Students

Graduate students in Communication and Leadership have earned bachelor’s degrees in a variety of disciplines including public relations, criminal justice, business and information technology. Most of our students work full-time and are pursuing the master’s degree to upgrade their skills, to qualify for a promotion or to pursue new career opportunities.

We also have a strong contingent of international students who add real-world insights into cross-cultural communication and global issues.