The Communication Studies undergraduate program offers some of the most adaptable, flexible and relevant degrees at Kent State University.
Businesses, organizations, healthcare industries and nonprofit agencies consistently rank effective communication skills as the most important job-hiring consideration, even more so than technical skills.
Pursuing a Communication Studies degree allows you the ability to bring diverse insights to the role of communication in a variety of ways. Managers, communication experts, teachers, sales representatives, political communication consultants, communication strategists and leaders are a few examples of possible careers for degree-seeking students. Communication Studies degrees examine the role of communication in a wide range of settings, focusing on how to adapt messages to diverse situations and circumstances.
The Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies consists of five concentrations, three of which can be completed at Kent State Stark.
COMMUNICATION STUDIES AT KENT STATE STARK
- Communication Studies Major and Concentrations
- Applied Communication
- Communication Studies-General
- Relational & Workplace Communication
- Communication Studies Minor
- Interpersonal Communication Minor
- Organizational Communication Minor
Communication Studies - Finish at the Kent Campus
The foundation courses for the communication studies concentrations, as well as the Kent Core Requirements, are available at Kent State Stark, but these concentrations will be completed at the Kent Campus.
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- Global Communication
- Media and Society
Speech tutoring is available in the Academic Success Center, located on the lower level of the Campus Center. Call 330-244-5060 to learn more.