The Bachelor of Arts in Communication teaches analytical, critical, and practical skills that will help students to understand and improve communication practices and systems in all types of social settings. Students learn to recognize and understand communication issues and systems in order to make decisions effectively, to solve problems.
Students who graduate with a B.A. in Communication will be able to:
A communication degree offers interesting career opportunities in the areas of business management, public health communication, community relations, government, public affairs, international trade, conflict mediation, advertising and market research, foreign service, teaching, and law.
High school students should take four years of English, including composition. Social Science and civics courses, including History and Economics, are encouraged.
Community college transfer students may transfer a maximum of nine (9) lower-division units in Communication. Students must have earned a grade of C (2.0) or higher in the coursework to be counted for credit toward the major.