Geneva College

 

 

Communication Studies

The Communication Studies concentration prepares students with coursework from across the communication disciplines.  This concentration prepares students with a generalized knowledge base within the discipline, which is excellent preparation for graduate studies.

4-6 Courses, Selected from the Following:   * indicates required classes
   
* COM 210 Leadership Communication
or COM 220 Group Communication
* COM 230 Interpersonal Communication
COM 315 Communication Process
COM 330 Special Topics in Communication
BUS 115 Business Communication
MAT 105 Elementary Statistics
ENG 232 Introduction to Rhetoric
PHI 110 Introduction to Philosophy
One Practicum: COM 201 – Theatre, COM 202 - Public Relations, COM 203 – Radio, COM 204 – Media Production, VIS 205 – Visual Communication

 

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Point of Excellence

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