Master of Arts - Professional Communication Assistantships & Funding

Only Utah resident students who are able to teach on-campus, face-to-face classes are eligible to apply for Graduate Teaching Assistantship positions.  Online Utah resident students may apply for non-teaching assistantships where the work can done remotely, such as collaborative research projects with faculty or social media marketing. Other non-teaching assistantships require students to work locally, such as helping in the Speech and Presentation Center or the Eye Tracker Lab.  Out-of-state students are not eligible for MAPC- funded assistantships or scholarships, but may find funding from other sources.