Courses in this interdisciplinary program, dubbed "the fusion of communications and business," are drawn from the following general areas:

  • Public relations theory
  • Public opinion research
  • Communications law
  • Public relations management
  • Communications theory
  • Accounting
  • Finance
  • Organizational behavior
  • Strategic planning
  • Problem-solving
  • Measurement and evaluation in communication
  • Marketing/marketing communications

Electives in specialized topics (for example, emerging technologies and social media, crisis communications, conflict resolution, negotiation, leadership, advertising, branding and facilitation) are developed annually based on student interest.

See the 2020-2021 communications management master's program course list for more information.

For complete communications management graduate program requirements, see the Syracuse University Course Catalog. 

For more information on the communications management program, contact Anthony D'Angelo at (315) 443-3368
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Anthony D'Angelo

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Anthony D'Angelo

Professor of Practice Director Communications Management Also teaches in: Public Relations

Anthony D’Angelo has served in public relations leadership roles in the corporate and agency sectors for more than 25 years.

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