In the College of Communication, you’ll develop a deeper understanding of the complex and challenging communication practices and processes that characterize our rapidly changing world. You’ll master the techniques for crafting and delivering messages across a variety of social contexts and platforms: face-to-face, print, audio, video, web, and other social media.
In order to better accommodate the increasing complexity of the undergraduate curriculum, student demand for more degree options in specialized areas, the need to better blend theory and practice, and the changing contours of communication fields with the advent of new media technologies and globalization, the College of Communication offers eight undergraduate programs that lead to bachelor of the arts degrees:
You’ll learn from exceptional teachers — from professors who have many years of experience in some of the biggest media markets in the nation, and from scholars publishing in some of the top national and international journals. You’ll gain hands-on experience in our state-of-the-art facilities, through our award-winning radio station and newspaper, and through a wide range of internships and community projects.