Geneva College



Communication Major

  • Professor Richard DiGia

    Adjunct Professor of Visual Communication, participated in a cultural art exchange trip to Israel as one of only 10 people chosen for a program sponsored by the Jewish Federation in Western Galilee.
  • Rev. Dr. Richard Noble

    Adjunct Assistant Professor of Communication, was one of four people selected to speak at a conference in Ulyanovsk, Russia, for pastors and church leaders of the Association of Missionary Churches of Evangelical Christians (AMCEC).

Communication Dept.

The Communication Department offers a liberal arts approach for professional development. Students take a wide variety of communication classes and narrow their studies with one of five concentrations. In all of the department’s classes, professors emphasize the development of excellent writing and oral skills.

"Whatever you do, whether in word or deed, do it all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through Him." -Colossians 3:17


Why choose communication at Geneva College?

Some classes you might take:

  • Argument and Debate
  • Culture and Communication
  • Introduction to Public Relations
  • Media Production Practicum
  • Communication Professional
  • Art Fundamentals
  • Newswriting

What can you do with a communication degree?

Our program prepares students with a general set of communication ability paired with a focused concentration, allowing them to pursue either professional employment or graduate school. Our grads have gone on to communication positions in areas such as:

  • Communication Studies
    Training (for companies)
  • Public Relations
  • Integrated Media
    Film Making
  • Visual Communication
    Interior Design
    Graphic Design
  • Writing


Point of Excellence

Washington Monthly ranks Geneva among the nation’s top ten “Best-Bang-for-the-Buck” baccalaureate colleges for providing students the highest chance of graduating with an affordable degree that has marketplace value.

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