Students who graduate with a degree in Communication Arts and Sciences have a tremendous advantage in the professional world.
Students develop a wide-range of professional skills from radio production and audio editing, video production, professional writing, strategic planning and public speaking.
According to the 2018 National Association of Colleges and Employers, students who know how to communicate as part of a team, interpersonal communication skills, strategic planning and computer skills as well as creativity and advanced technical skills. A degree in communication will prepare students, no matter what they choose to do, to succeed.
The Department of Communication Arts and Sciences offers three majors and two minors. Students may choose the Bachelor of Arts in Communication, a Bachelor of Science in Public Relations or a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Film. Students may also choose a communication minor or a public relations minor to expand their business and interpersonal communication skills for a variety of careers. Come take a virtual tour of Rush Hall and see what current communication arts and sciences majors are saying about the program!