Our curriculum focuses on developing well-rounded communication professionals capable of interpreting and meeting the challenges of an exciting and dynamic industry. Communication professionals need a strong liberal arts background, an education in media-related issues, and "hands-on" skills to use with existing and evolving technologies.
Bachelor of Arts in Communication
Curriculum changes in recent years have increased the emphasis on areas such as media diversity, media technologies, and media literacy (awareness). Statistical analysis techniques (survey research) are in high demand within media industries such as the print and broadcast journalism, and public relations. The following lists what new/incoming students must complete in order to earn a degree.
Program-specific General Education Requirements
CS 201 or TEC 201 Info Technology
MS 108 Exploring Math (statistics)
EH 141 Oral Communication
Other General Education requirements
Core courses for all sequences: