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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