Communication is one of the fastest growing majors in the College of Arts and Letters. Our emphasis areas within the Bachelor of Arts & Bachelor of Science program produce creative, culturally aware, highly effective, communicators. Our student-centered approach is a synthesis of theoretical and applied learning providing a dynamic, conceptual grounding for lifelong learning and career flexibility.
Cinema & TV Production
Experience how films are made through hands-on opportunities in writing, producing, and directing.
By picking two courses each in five of the six areas above, you'll get a broad understanding of key aspects of communication.
Deepen your understanding of how individuals communicate effectively in the face of gender, generational, and cultural differences.
Intercultural & International Communication
Broaden your horizons through studies of media and culture around the world.
This distance learning concentration affords students the chance to integrate more interdisciplinary courses into their studies in such areas as marketing, psychology, & English.
Study how narrative works within film and garner experience in writing and producing for the screen.
Learn more about how persuasion operates in the world around you, especially within and between organizations and their audiences.
With this area of study, you'll see how the many forms of media (TV, radio, online, etc.) influence the world around us.