Bachelor of Science in Communication Overview
As the U.S. economy continues to transition from goods-producing to service-providing employment, job candidates who have the ability to interact and communicate effectively with others will be at an advantage.*
The bachelor's degree in communication curriculum covers the fundamentals as well as relevant topics for today's world, including conflict management, persuasion, diversity, and digital media.
Learn from faculty with real-world experience. Our curriculum is vetted by leading and experienced professionals, so you learn the latest skills and practices. Coursework emphasizes:
- Writing and speaking skills, group dynamics, team building, and resolving complex issues that arise in the workplace
- Planning and developing dynamic, interactive multimedia presentations
- Understanding the effects of technology, government and industry regulation, and legal and ethical issues in communication
- Using new media and software applications most frequently used in business, institutional, and home environments
See the University Catalog for policy and degree plan information specific to this program.