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Undergraduate Program

The Department of Communication offers courses leading to the bachelor's degree that are designed to challenge students interested in the study of human communication. Communication, broadly conceived, is the purposeful exchange of symbolic information. Communication viewed as human behavior can be examined both in terms of its process and its outcomes and effects. The program of study defines a range of communication problems, determines the appropriate method of inquiry, and searches for answers to the important questions involving the role of communication in individual relationships, in societal settings, in corporate structures, and in global interdependence.

Courses are grouped according to certain emphases (Media Production and Performance; Media Studies; Organizational; and Public Relations/Promotions), allowing the student a choice of focus that is compatible with his or her aims and interests.  

 
Bachelor of Arts Undergraduate  Program  

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Degree Requirements-Major
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Forms
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     Internship Forms
          Company Listing Form
          Evaluation Form
          Student Internship Application Form
     Lambda Pi Eta Honor Society Application
General Education Information
Internship Booklet                 
Internship Listing
Program Description & Mission


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Join us on Tuesday, January 28, 2014, 7:00 p.m. in Torp Theater
for a screening of the documentary "Miss Representation"
followed by a panel discussion moderated by Susan Campbell.
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