The School of Communication is a dynamic community of students, faculty, and administrative support staff that exemplify the traditional university missions of teaching, research, and service, while engaging with the community.
Majors in the School of Communication understand the powerful, transformative role that communication plays in contemporary society. The curriculum of the School is designed to prepare students for a variety of careers in fields such as public relations, journalism, health communication, organizational communication, mediation and relational communication. Students will take courses from professors who are nationally known for their academic scholarship and professional credentials. Our students receive an outstanding education in the art, science, and digital technology of contemporary communication so they are prepared for today’s employment landscape.
The School of Communication offers two undergraduate majors, Communication Studies and Journalism and Promotional Communication. Each of these majors has two tracks. Please click on the links below for descriptions of these majors and tracks. We offer minors in Communication and Digital Content Production. Further, we offer Certificates in Digital Content Production, Multimedia Advertising, and Scientific Writing. Please click on the links below for descriptions of these minors and certificate programs.
|Communication Studies, B.A. (Two Tracks) - click here for description
|Journalism and Promotional Communication, B.A. (Two Tracks) - click here for description
|UNDERGRADUATE Certificate and Minors|