Moody College of Communication

The world converges here.

The Moody College of Communication is the most comprehensive college of its kind in the country. Internationally recognized for its faculty, research and teaching, it prepares students to thrive in an era of media convergence. Students studying in the Moody College gain new insights and skills, develop content for multiple platforms, realize new forms of expression, and redefine the boundaries of communication. Students graduate with in-depth knowledge of their fields of study and leave with broad understanding of the role of communication across media, cultures and communities throughout the world.

Departments

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Advertising and Public Relations

Study the theory and practice of the media and develop the creative skills and strategic thinking abilities needed to achieve outcomes for businesses and organizations.

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Communication Sciences and Disorders

Learn to understand speech, language and hearing challenges and how to treat them throughout the entire lifespan of human development.

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Communication Studies

Gain the skills and knowledge to interpret and improve the practice of effective communication in a variety of cultural, social and personal experiences.

Multimedia journalism lab.

Journalism

Train for a career in the expanding new media frontier by learning reporting, writing and multimedia skills while practicing critical thinking, context building and ethics.

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Radio-Television-Film

Study the practical and theoretical areas of production as well as a broad range of of media issues including critical and cultural studies, communication technology and policy analysis.


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Faculty and Research

Our faculty includes leaders from all communication fields who are conducting a wide variety of research and finding new answers to important questions.

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Texas Student Media

Texas Student Media comprises several student-produced media properties and has been connecting student voices with the university community since 1894.