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Today, as throughout history, the study of communication provides an individual with the knowledge and skills necessary to compete successfully within ever-changing social, technological and professional environments. In recognizing that the teaching of communication comprises the oldest organized academic discipline in Western civilization, the department is committed to the fusion of a liberal arts understanding of public and interpersonal communication with flexible professional programs adapted to individual needs and interests.
Internships, pre-professional programs and co-curricular activities are promoted as an integral part of the student’s learning experience. Participation in debate and theatre is open to all students, regardless of major. Involvement in media productions and our public relations student organization further enhances the experience of students majoring within the programs of the department.We also offer four courses in American Sign Language - ASL 110 Elementary American Sign Language I, ASL 111 Elementary American Sign Language II, ASL 112 ASL Fingerspelling, and ASL 210 Intermediate American Sign Language I.For information about the education licensure in communication, please contact the Department of Education for the latest requirements.In this program, we offer a Communication Major with five different areas of emphasis. Each student will select at least one area of emphasis.
Communication Major with an emphasis in Communication StudiesCommunication Major with an emphasis in Electronic Media and FilmCommunication Major with an emphasis in Organizational CommunicationCommunication Major with an emphasis in Public RelationsCommunication Major with an emphasis in Theatre Studies
Electronic Media MinorEntertainment Technology Minor Film Studies Minor Organizational Communication Minor Public Relations Minor Public Speaking Minor Theatre Minor
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