The Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication integrates a strong core of communication study with areas of specialization, a minor in an area of the student's choosing, and foreign language study to provide a breadth of experience in communication and related disciplines. Concentrations are available in Film/TV and Journalism/Public Relations, preparing graduates for positions in news and feature editorial, photojournalism, radio, television, and film production, internet publishing as well as public relations and fund-raising. The bachelor of arts graduate will possess the potential for advancement to media managerial positions and will be prepared for further graduate study.
The Bachelor of Arts degree in International Communication integrates a strong core of communication study with a French or Spanish specialization, a minor in an area of the student's choosing, language study abroad, and an international internship to provide a solid foundation of experience in international communication and related disciplines. Graduates of this program would be prepared for careers as communication specialists in international and intercultural organizations such as global business, governments, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), charitable or religious organizations, foundations, and media outlets.