[eDebate] University of Louisiana Graduate School App. Deadline is in July.
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GRADUATE ASSISTANT POSITIONS AVAILABLE
The graduate program in the Communication Department at the University
of Louisiana at Lafayette has openings for graduate assistants to be
awarded to qualified applicants who hold a bachelor's degree and seek
to enroll in graduate school in order to pursue a Master's of Science
degree in Communication. This is a good opportunity for anyone
interested in a future career in academe or the media professions.
UL Lafayette/CMCN provides nearly 100% tuition remission per semester
(excepting a few small fees) plus a monthly financial stipend. These
benefits come in exchange for a 20-hour per week commitment to the
department -- as a lab monitor, faculty research assistant, and/or
class teaching assistant. Days and times devoted to assignments are
based on schedule, personal qualifications, and interest areas.
Regarding the schedule of work in the M.S. Communication program: It
is a 30-33 semester credit program consisting of courses primarily
taught in the evenings. Students finish the program in 4-5 semesters
by either producing a thesis or by completing an independent project
and a comprehensive examination.
Admission to the program is primarily based on GRE scores, GPA, and
three letters of reference. More information is available on our
department website(http://comm.louisiana.edu/). Interested applicants
should click on all five of the links under the M.S. Program tab at
the top of the page as each has additional information on the program.
For the most updated information,
applicants should contact the graduate program coordinator, Prof.
William R. Davie (cmcnms at gmail.com
<http://us.mc348.mail.yahoo.com/mc/compose?to=cmcnms at gmail.com> ).
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