A career as a reporter, journalist, broadcaster or public relations specialist is about more than knowing how to write—it’s about knowing how to relate to people effectively. As a communication major at Fresno Pacific University, you’ll learn approaches to various topics of communication from a broad, liberal arts perspective that includes the historical, philosophical and theoretical roots of communication. With this knowledge, you will be able to pursue careers in areas that value an effective communicator. You will learn all the necessary knowledge for successful work and service in the public, private and religious sectors, as well as for future graduate studies.
- Multiple areas of emphasis, allowing you to tailor your experience
- Opportunities for interships
- Opportunities for study abroad
As a graduate of FPU’s communication program, you will enter the workforce prepared for a wide range of careers in such areas as media, radio, television, broadcasting, public relations and more. Our program also prepares students for graduate studies and work in other fields, including careers in event planning, government and law.
Billie Jean Wiebe, Ph.D.
General Education Prerequisites
Written Communication I and II
Required Courses (7 Courses, 19-21 Units)
|COM-368||Ancient and Medieval Rhetoric||3|
|COM-455||Philosophy of Language||3|
|COM-460||Projects in Communication||3|