This program prepares individuals to work in a variety of communication capacities, including public relations, marketing, advertising, publications and journalism. The organizational contexts include business and professional organizations as well as public nonprofit and political entities. The strong emphasis on written and oral communication provides valuable skills for any professional field.
Coursework for the program centers on writing, media, ethics and interpersonal communication. Both a theoretical and an applied focus underscore each course.
Requirements for the bachelor of science degree
I. Core Requirements: 60 credit hours
English 12 Credits
History 6 Credits
Philosophy 12 Credits
Theology 12 Credits
Science 6 Credits
Social science 6 Credits
Fine arts 3 Credits
Mathematics 3 Credits
II. Organizational Communication Core Concentration Core: 27 credit hours