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MPC FAQ

MPC FAQ

  1. What is a MPC degree?
    The Master of Professional Communication (MPC) degree program and the related Graduate Communication Certificates are designed to prepare writers and communication experts for positions in business, industry, government, or any other organization where communication skills are a primary tool.
  2. How long is the program?
    Students are required to take a total of 38 credit hours, which includes either a writing emphasis or a unique emphasis developed by the student in consultation with a faculty adviser.
  3. Must I take the GRE to be accepted?
    The GRE is not required for admission to the program.
  4. What kind of undergraduate degree is most helpful to be successful in the MPC program?
    It doesn't matter. People with undergraduate degrees in a variety of areas can acquire useful skills to grow professionally or prepare for new careers.
  5. Can I complete my degree evenings/weekends?
    Absolutely! Westminster's graduate programs are designed for the working professional. MPC classes are held weekdays at 5:30 PM or later and weekends.
  6. How much is tuition?
    2012-2013 MPC tuition is $945 per credit hour.

If you have additional questions please contact our Graduate Admissions Office at 801.832.2200 or 800.748.4753. Or email us.