US doctoral programs in intercultural

The following is an excerpt from the National Communication Association’s list of doctoral programs in the US with a specialization in Intercultural-International-Cultural Communication:

Arizona State University, Hugh Downs School of Human Communication
Bowling Green State University, School of Media & Communication
Cornell University, Department of Communication
Michigan State University, Department of Communication
New York University, Department of Media, Culture, & Communication
The Pennsylvania State University, College of Communications
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Department of Communication & Media
Southern Illinois University, Department of Speech Communication
Temple University, School of Media & Communication
University of Albany-SUNY, Department of Communication
University at Buffalo-SUNY, Department of Communication
University of California-San Diego, Department of Communication
University of Denver, Department of Communication Studies
University of Illinois, Department of Communication
University of Illinois, Institute of Communications Research
University of Illinois-Chicago, Department of Communication
University of Kansas, Department of Communication Studies
University of Maryland, Department of Communication
University of New Mexico, Department of Communication & Journalism
University of Oklahoma, Department of Communication
University of Oregon, School of Journalism & Communication
University of Pennsylvania, Annenberg School of Communication
University of Southern California, Annenberg School of Communication & Journalism
University of Washington, Department of Communication
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Department of Communication
Wayne State University, Department of Communication