College of Arts and Sciences
Career Focus and Culture Track
The Culture Track is specifically designed for students who are seeking a Bachelor of Arts in Communications degree (BAC) and who have completed two years of one foreign language in high school. The student under the BAC degree list may select a track of at least four courses involving study of foreign or ethnic cultures drawn from a list approved by the major department. Below is the PDF file listing the approved culture tracks.
Students who are seeking the Bachelor of Arts in Communications with an Interpersonal Communications major must complete a career focus (24 hours), with a grade of C or better in each course taken as part of the career focus. The specific courses used to fulfill the career focus must define an occupational area. Career foci have been developed in communication research, culture, international communication, organizational communication, performance studies, pre-law, pre-ministry, promotions and advertising, sales communication, and social services. Students may also design their own career focus with the approval of their advisor and the department. Students may include one course for their major in groups IV, V, or VI. Below are the PDF files for each of the Career Focus.