We live in an interconnected world, one where technology gives us unprecedented abilities to communicate in person and over vast distances. But, sometimes, the stumbling blocks to clear communication is more human than technical. Either way, experts are needed to keep the lines of communication open.
At Montclair State University, we want offer programs to tackle all the issues involved in communication—from the technical side by helping you get your message across through better media production to the human side by giving you the tools you need to help others communicate more clearly.
Doctor of Audiology (AuD)
Montclair State University’s Doctor of Audiology is a full-time, four-year program that includes academic coursework, clinical practicum, and research experience. Through coursework and a nine-month, full-time clinical externship, you’ll gain expertise in helping others with hearing, balance, and other audiological issues.Read More
MA in Communication Sciences and Disorders, Speech Language Pathology Concentration
This full-time, two-and-a-half-year residential program will prepare you for a career as speech-language pathologists. Upon graduation, you’ll have met the certification and licensure requirements of state, national, and professional agencies.Read More
MA in Public & Organizational Relations
Use this highly marketable credential to advance your career in such fast-growing, fast-paced fields as corporate communications, public relations, healthcare communication, organizational consulting, marketing and non-profit development.Read More
MA in Applied Linguistics
The MA in Applied Linguistics will help you prepare for careers in a variety of professions where an understanding of language is essential. You’ll cover topics ranging from syntax to sociolinguistics.