Old Dominion University  
Old Dominion University

The Graduate Program in

Lifespan and Digital Communication 

[an error occurred while processing this directive]


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.


Old Dominion University   Copyright © OLD DOMINION UNIVERSITY
Norfolk, Virginia, 23529 • Phone (757) 683-3000
This page was last modified: Tue, 3 Feb 2015 04:49 PM EST
				Contact: Dr. Thomas J. Socha, Graduate Program Director
				tsocha@odu.edu, 757-683-3828