Quality classroom experiences
Academic advisors work individually with students to plan their degree programs and small class sizes allow students to have close, personal contact with their professors. Free tutoring is readily available through the Teaching and Learning Center. Scholarships, grants and loans are available to assist students with tuition.
Take courses like
- Business and Professional Speaking
- Intercultural Communication
- Organizational Communication
- Communication Ethics
Bachelor of Arts in Communication (BAC) students will take applied communication courses, connect their studies in communication to culture and civic responsibility, and complete an integrative learning set of courses. BAC students will also complete a Career Focus (at least 15 hours). BA students will complete theory, skills, media literacy, culture, civic responsibility, and integrative learning requirements within the major as well as an area of emphasis in professional communication, interpersonal communication, or advocacy and social justice. BA students will also complete a minor (typically 21 hours).
One of the fastest growing majors across the country, communication degrees offer a tremendous amount of career flexibility.
Internships & Careers
Internships provide communication students with an opportunity to gain field experience outside of the classroom and help prepare them for careers after graduation. Career paths for students with a degree in communication will be influenced by individual interests, skills, and values, and can be as diverse as working as writers and editors, event planners, customer service representatives or members of a sales force.
Pursue your career
- Public Relations Specialists
- Marketing Specialists
- Human Resources Professionals
- Event Planners
Updated: 01/05/2024 01:59PM