SDSU’s communication master’s program ranks No. 6 in the nation and No. 11 in the world.
San Diego State University’s communication master’s program was recently ranked No. 6 in the nation and No. 11 in the world according to a report by EDUniversal.
Director of the School of Communication, Bill Snavely credits the program’s success to a combination of committed students, a strong faculty, and a history of strong leadership.
“This program has traditionally been recognized as a top master’s-only program in communication," Snavely said. “We have Ph.D caliber faculty who mold our students, and as a result are some of the most highly sought after in the industry and the profession.”
About EDUniversal ranking
EDUniversal is an organizaton based in France that specializes in ranking higher education programs. To rank master's programs, EDUniversal considers three principle criteria: the reputation of the program, the salary of the first employment of students, and the satisfaction of the students.
Other Schools in the top 10 include:
- Boston University
- Northwestern University
- Texas A&M University
85 years strong
SDSU’s school of communication celebrates its 85th anniversary this year. The predecessor department, "Speech Arts," was established at SDSU in 1927.