Communication Studies


Communication Studies prepares students for professional success and meaningful life experience with skills and competencies of ethical and effective communication. The curriculum cultivates career-ready practices and strengths, including critical thinking and problem solving, research and presentation skills, leadership, relationship building, digital literacy, and global and intercultural awareness. Our graduates excel in a variety of professions with their abilities to lead, influence, and relate to diverse communities and audiences.

Undergraduate Programs:

  • Communication Studies, Bachelor of Science (BS)
  • Communication Studies, Minor
  • Interdisciplinary Communications, Minor
  • Advocacy, Minor
  • Health Communication, Minor

Graduate Programs:

  • Professional Communication, Graduate Certificate
  • Communication Education, Graduate Certificate
  • Communication Studies, Master of Arts (MA)
  • Communication Studies, Master of Science (MS)
  • Forensics and Communication, Master of Fine Arts (MFA)
  • Communication and Composition, Master of Science (MS)
  • Cross-Disciplinary Studies, Master of Science (MS)

If you have questions about the Department of Communication Studies, please contact Sachi Sekimoto.