Our undergraduate program features an innovative curriculum that prepares our majors for careers in the 21st century. From core courses in communication theory and methods, to emphasis areas as diverse as sports communication, communication and the law, and public relations, the curriculum is forward-thinking and prepares students to compete for careers in the communication profession or to continue their education in graduate school. Our majors develop an integrated skill set in oral, visual, and written communication and learn how to present information and interact in a digital communication environment. This diverse skill set enables students to meet the challenges of the rapidly evolving communication profession.
Focused Plans of Study
Students collaborate with faculty to prepare a focused plan of study in such contexts as:
Interpersonal Communication: The study of communication behaviors in dyads (pairs) and their impact on personal relationships.
Organizational Communication: The study and assessment of networks within organizations, including the design of training to improve supervisor-employee communication.
Media and Mass Communication: The study of the uses, processes, and effects of mediated communication.
Sports Communication: The study of communication as it relates to sports and media professionals.
Health Communication: The study of provider-client interaction as well as the diffusion of health information through public health campaigns.
Public Relations: The study of the management of communication between an organization and its audiences.
Rhetorical Criticism: The study of principles that account for the impact of human communication between speaker and audience.
Graduates from our program have found jobs in:
Development (fundraising, grant writing)
Political Communication/Campaign Management
Radio and Television Production
Sales and Management
Special Events Coordination
Sports Production and Promotion
Organizational Training and Development
Hospitality and Leisure
Social Work and Counseling
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