Communication skills taught in our program help you become a more dynamic and persuasive leader.
Communication studies curriculum explores the role of communication in society and encourages the development of skills in speaking, listening, critical thinking, problem solving, research and technology-guided communication.
The B.A. in communication studies approaches the discipline from a humanistic perspective, whereas the B.S. encourages a social-scientific perspective towards research.
For a teaching major in communication studies, complete the communications studies degree along with the appropriate teaching certification courses.
Speech and Debate participates in parliamentary debate and all 11 American Forensic Association (AFA) individual events.
Our students are actively researching and presenting at local and national conferences, in innovative areas of interest to them.
The PC, located in ID Weeks Library 134A, is dedicated to the production and refinement of oral presentation delivered in classrooms and other settings on campus. The PC is a resource for both undergraduate and graduate students, to assist with formal and informal presentations.
Our graduates are successful in these and other challenging careers.