Gaylord College Graduate Programs
Building A Culture of Collaboration
Graduate Studies at the Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication allow students from various professional and academic backgrounds to collaborate with leading faculty – and each other.
Whether you are looking to advance in professional communications fields or in academia, Gaylord College Graduate Studies provides support and flexibility for achieving your individual goals. Master’s level classes are scheduled to accommodate working professionals’ schedules, and assistantships and fellowships are available for both master’s and doctoral students.
Key Contacts for Graduate Studies
Dr. Peter Gade
Director of Graduate Studies
Graduate Studies Academic Adviser
Meet the faculty and students behind our graduate programs
Graduate Student Resources
New! Graduate certificates in strategic planning and media management
Learn more here about our two new graduate certificate opportunities.
Graduate Student Achievement Updates
DeWalt receives Burnett Award for Outstanding Scholarship second year in a row
Christina Childs DeWalt (Ph.D. candidate, Journalism & Mass Communications) received the Carol Burnett Award for Outstanding Scholarship in Mass Media Ethics at the 2016 Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) annual conference in Minneapolis, MN. This is the second year in a row DeWalt has won the Burnett Award. This year’s winning paper is titled: Framing Ferguson: Duty-Based Ethical Discourse in the Editorial Pages of the St. Louis Post- Dispatch.