Communication Studies B.A. in Applied Communication
Applied Communication is a unique strategic communication concentration in which students take courses not only in Communication Studies but in Journalism and Mass Communication and in Visual Communication Design
Communication Studies B.A. in Global Communication
Global Communication has changed life on social, cultural and political levels. Communication technologies are changing how people learn, create and process information. By emphasizing an ethical, mindful, and sustainable global outlook, the concentration in global communication prepares students to help redefine the way the world communicates.
Communication Studies B.A in Media and Society
Communication in media and society is an essential part of everyday life and interaction. Students learn to create and carry out strategic messaging, enhance their media literacy skills, and participate meaningfully in civic society and a range of careers.
Communication Studies B.A. in Relational and Workplace Communication
The Relational and Workplace Communication concentration teaches students how to understand, evaluate and create messages to organize and relate in professional, social and personal contexts. Additionally, students acquire skills to promote diversity, leadership, ethics, perspective-taking, social-support, teamwork, and conflict management, developing comprehensive communication skills deemed essential by top employers in today's competitive marketplace.
Communication Studies B.A., General Concentration
The Communication Studies General concentration features flexibility and choice. Students create a personalized plan of study tailored to their specific academic interests and career goals. This concentration is appropriate for those who have diverse academic interests and provides graduates the flexibility to be successful communicators in any organization.
These majors are offered by the School of Communication Studies (COMM).