Our Communication Program
- Professional Communication
- Digital Media
- Public Relations
Available in: Women's College & Co-ed Evening Program
This degree provides a foundation in the theoretical dimensions of human communication and the principles and practices of effective leadership. You will develop knowledge, skills, and aptitudes to function as engaged citizens in both personal and career-oriented contexts, with a clear understanding of social challenges and innovative communication strategies needed to make a difference in your community and desired career field.
The National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) provides a list of top qualities that employers seek from college graduates, all of which are targeted through courses in this program.
Whether you plan on working in Corporate America, government, politics, civic advocacy, non-profit, or even attending law school; the in-depth courses provided through this program will allow you to develop and strengthen universal skills, including verbal communication, collaboration, and conflict-management. Graduates from this program have attained internships and job placements in various institutions, including:
- British Embassy Scottish Affairs
- Vista Build
- City of Columbia
Tamara L. Burk, Professor
B.A., M.A., University of Maine; Ed.S., Ph.D., College of William and Mary.
Monika Alston-Miller, Associate Professor
B.A., University of Richmond; M.A., Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University.
Your Enrollment Options
- Get a traditional undergraduate experience
- A new class begins every fall
- Finish your degree on a flexible schedule
- Apply on the semester schedule