The undergraduate degree in communication teaches students to become strong communicators who have an analytical, transformative mindset that can be applied to any field. Students gain intellectual and practical skills to understand communication as both a way of seeing how the world works and as a set of tools for changing it. They learn to become adept speakers, writers, readers and listeners who ask thoughtful questions, are media savvy and collaborate to solve problems.
Develop communication tools in class that you can apply to the real world
Analyze and influence human interaction in work, personal and civic life
Explore how our conversations, symbols and human interactions influence our surrounding cultures