Communication Studies degree programs
Communication studies focuses on how people connect in a dynamic world. In an era where excellent written and oral communication skills are a must-have for employers, students who study communication will have the advantage as they relate well with others, understand organizational practices and policies, navigate social media, deliver polished presentations and engage meaningfully with their communities. We have a minor, bachelor’s and master’s degree in Communication Studies. See if one of our degree paths is right for you.
Communication Studies offers a minor that allows students to study in two track areas: relational dynamics or public advocacy and civic engagement. Courses can be combined across the two areas to meet a student’s career goals and personal interests.
Earn a Bachelor of Arts in Communicatoin Studies that allows students to study relational dynamics – examining how to develop and maintain satisfying personal and social relationships. Or study public advocacy and civic engagement – the public aspects of communication.
Master of Arts
Beyond the required courses for the master’s degree in communication studies, students will be able to choose from a wide array of courses to specialize their studies around multiple areas of faculty expertise including relationships and family, organizational communication, Latino/a/x studies, race studies, identity, rhetoric and social movements, sexuality, health and computer-mediated communication.