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Master of Humanities - Communication

Program Details

Tiffin University offers a Master of Humanities degree in Communication for students who are interested in studying multiple disciplines and fields in order to understand human ideas in philosophy, history, written and spoken literature, the arts, and other fields and specializing in the art and science of communications. Students will learn about the humanities and their relationships in political, religious, social, historic and scientific contexts and how communication is utilized in the creation of art and its role in transforming art. The program will be defined by its approach to the study of communications, including the philosophies and politics of communication and the news. The program aims to prepare students for future studies in doctoral of liberal arts and the humanities and other fields related to human history and culture.

Students will study the liberal arts and humanities within a context of media and communication, including the news, storytelling, the Internet, and the media. Classes involved in this curriculum include Documentary Film, Politics and the News, and Cyber Cultures and Issues in Cyberspace.

Students completing the degree should have demonstrated expert education and professional qualifications in the study of the humanities, specializing in the art and sciences of communication. These qualifications include the ability to demonstrate acquired skills and knowledge of the history of communications as well as the study of communication and general education areas that are the foundation to life skills and further education. Graduates should also be able to demonstrate a basic knowledge in several areas of the humanities, and to develop a broad foundation for advanced studies.

Accreditation & Licensing

North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission