As a graduate student, you will study in greater detail than you did as an undergraduate and advance your knowledge and skill whether your career goals are focused on scholarly, professional, clinical, or creative paths.
The Moody College of Communication offers masters and doctoral programs in all five of our academic departments.
Working closely with top-ranked faculty and practitioners in our highly-ranked programs, graduate students achieve unparalleled access to research opportunities and resources, creative outlets and innovative problem solvers all within one of the best cities in the country – Austin, Texas.
Explore Programs in Each of Our Academic Departments
Graduate students in Communication Studies focus on communication theory and application. We offer three areas of concentration including Interpersonal, Organizational Communication and Technology, and Rhetoric and Language as well as strong specialties in health communication and political communication.
Whether you want to pursue a professional or research and teaching path in the field of journalism, graduate studies in the School of Journalism and Media can help you achieve your goals. Master’s degrees options include a professional master’s or a research and theory track. Doctoral studies prepare students for a career in academia.
Students in RTF graduate programs can delve into the creative expression or critical study of film and media. Each program provides the opportunity to study with top-notch faculty in a top 10 film program.
Jesse H. Jones Endowed Centennial Fellowships are awarded to graduate students who possess exceptional ability in advertising; speech, language, and hearing sciences; journalism and media; radio-television-film; and communication studies. The fellowships are awarded each Spring for the following academic year.
The Moody College of Communication also offers support to graduate students who have or may be starting families; review our Parental Accomodation Statement for more information.
*Total number of degree-seeking, formula-funded graduate students enrolled in Fall 2020.