Old Dominion University  
Old Dominion University

The Graduate Program in

Lifespan and Digital Communication 


Communication & Theatre Arts     College of Arts & Letters     Lifespan & Digital Communication Director  



MA in Lifespan and Digital Communication

students and faculty at National

Communication Association Meeting, 

Orlando FL (at Epcot)

ODU's Master's of Arts in Lifespan and Digital Communication (began in 2011)

- Study relational and digital communication from early childhood through later life

-  Take unique elective courses (Social Networking; Lifespan Communication, Geography, & Food; Communication Hope, & Resilience; Lifespan Communication & Love)

- Learn both critical and social scientific methods; Thesis or project (non-thesis) options

- Study full or part-time; Assistantships available (full-time students)

- Accelerated BS/BA-MA Program for Communication Undergradautes

- Take your classes after 5:45 pm (Norfolk campus and some at the Virginia Beach campus)

- Award-winning, actively-publishing faculty

- Weekly dinners with graduate students and faculty ("Dinners and a Degree") 


Old Dominion University is a Carnegie Doctoral/Research - Extensive university with more than 20,000 students located in Norfolk, Va. Old Dominion boasts a diverse student body, including 1,400 international students from 108 countries, and nearly 85,000 alumni in all 50 states and 72 countries.


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				Contact: Dr. Thomas J. Socha, Graduate Program Director
				tsocha@odu.edu, 757-683-3828