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About the Graduate Program

Apply by May 1, 2024

This program provides a unique blend of academic rigor, real-world application, and global connectivity, making it an attractive choice for those looking to excel in the field of communication.

The University of Utah Asia Campus offers a dynamic and comprehensive Communication Master's Degree program designed to equip students with practical knowledge in strategic communication. This U.S.-degree program, taught in South Korea and conducted entirely in English, is tailored to meet the diverse needs of current and future practitioners, featuring a flexible course schedule that includes evening and weekend classes.
Located in both Incheon and Seoul, this program offers students the unique opportunity to immerse themselves in two vibrant urban environments. The small class sizes ensure a personalized and engaging learning experience, fostering close relationships between students and professors.
Students benefit from close advising and faculty collaborations between the University of Utah's U.S. campus and the Asian campus, creating a rich academic environment.
The Department of Communication’s nationally ranked graduate program is distinguished by its vibrant, prolific, nationally and internationally recognized faculty, as well as a flexible but theoretically and methodologically grounded graduate curriculum.
Graduate assistantships available
Dedicated mentoring from passionate faculty mentors
Practical knowledge in strategic communication

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Tae Kyoung Lee
Associate Professor, Communication


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How to Apply

While completing the application, in the ‘Academic Program’ section, choose either ‘Communication MA’ or ‘Communication MS’ AND select ‘Asia Campus.’

Applicants will be notified of admissions decisions by June 1, 2024, to accommodate the visa process for non-Korean students.

Frequently Asked Questions

For more information, please contact Tae Kyung Lee at tae.lee@utah.edu.