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department happenings

May and June Term Offerings

The Communication Department has some exciting May and June Term courses planned for 2016! Applications are now being accepted, and deadlines vary. Click on the links below for more information about the Celtic May Term, Liverpool May Term, and NEW THIS YEAR...South Africa June Term.

Click here for the 2015 Communication Department Newsletter

University of Michigan School of Information: Events for Prospective Graduate Students

Students interested in a graduate degree can receive a Ph.D. in Information, a Master of Science in Information, or a Master of Health Informatics.

Come to Connect with UMSI, informative sessions for prospective Master's and PhD students:

  • Thursday, October 22 (5:30-7:45 p.m.): learn about academic programs, admissions, funding, and career development in a shorter version of our Saturday event
  • Saturday, October 24 (1:30-5:00 p.m.): engage with faculty and current students and learn in-depth about academic programs, admissions, funding, and career development. This event will have a specific session for those interested in the doctoral program.

    Click here for more information and to RSVP.

Prospective students interested specifically in the Master of Health Informatics, a joint program with the School of Public Health, are invited to MHI Prospective Student Day, Saturday, October 24 (9:00 a.m.-1:30 p.m.) and can learn more and register here: http://healthinformatics.umich.edu/events/mhi-prospective-student-day-0.


Do you want to earn a degree that's attractive to future employers?  

A degree in communication will serve you well. "With the unemployment situation the way it is right now, I would be considering what degree to get more closely than any other time in history," says Susan Heathfield, About.com's Human Resources Guide. "If you want to be employable in this economy and the future, you have to have valuable skills." Click here to read the Yahoo.net article.