Communications is one of the most dynamic industries in the nation, employing more than a million people and providing hundreds of different career opportunities.
The Communications faculty has developed four different majors to assist students in selecting courses according to individual interests and career goals. Students may select a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree.
The Bachelor of Arts degree requires 12 credit hours in the same non-English world language or demonstration of proficiency at that level of study.
In order to enroll for any communications internship, a student must be of junior or senior standing and have consent of instructor.
Communications majors must earn 1) a 2.25 GPA for major coursework, and 2) a grade of C or better in any course applied toward any major or minor in the Communications department.