Communication encompasses many disciplines and career fields, including those in media and digital arts, scholarly writing and journalism, and advertising. With the communication studies emphasis, you’ll be provided a broad introduction to these disciplines.
- This program offers a wide range of courses relevant to today’s media.
The Bachelor of Arts in Communication with an emphasis in communication studies will provide you with a solid background for entry-level work and advanced study in film, cinema, literature, advertising journalism and media, and organizational development.
Billie Jean Wiebe, Ph.D.
Required Courses (18 Units)
|COM-410||Media and Society||3|
|COM-430||Group Dynamics and Leadership||3|
|LIT-395||Text and Performance||3|
Select three of the following
|COM-330||Writing and Reading Journalism||3|
|COM-345||Composition Theory and Writing||3|
|COM-355||Media Aesthetics I||3|
|COM-360||Digital Video Production II||3|
|COM-385||Cinematography: Visual Story Telling||3|
|COM-390||Creating on the Web||3|
|COM-420||Conflict Management and Resolution||3|
|COM-440||Performance and Culture||3|
|LIT-449||Literature and Film||3|
|MKT-307||Advertising and Promotion||3|
|SOC-350||Marriage and Family||3|