Department of Communication
Communication is the study of human symbolic behavior. Communication courses are designed to help students learn both to communicate more effectively and to analyze human communication behavior in instructional, interpersonal, inter-cultural, group, organization, and rhetorical and public settings. The Department of Communication offers a full range of degree programs encompassing the Bachelor of Arts, Master of Arts, and Doctor of Philosophy degrees. Department faculty has a long tradition of excellence in teaching and research. Students earning communication degrees are sought after for entering or extending careers in business, government, and education.
The department's curriculum consists of courses in five broad areas:
- Organizational/Professional Communication
- Intercultural/Global Communication
- Interpersonal Communication/Conflict Management
- Rhetorical/Public Communication
- Health Communication
- Mediation and Negotiation
- Rhetorical Leadership
- Professional Writing and Communication
- Teaching and Learning in Higher Education
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