The communication program teaches students to communicate effectively and ethically in a rapidly changing world characterized by diversity in gender, culture and belief. It offers a comprehensive background in the discipline in preparation for employment or further education. Students majoring in other disciplines find communication electives valuable additions to their programs.
The program is both theoretical and pragmatic, designed to prepare students for the professional workplace or for advanced study.
Communication courses are available online and in the classroom.
The minor in dispute resolution gives students a theoretical background for and practice of alternative dispute resolution. The curriculum supports the developing restorative justice emphasis of the B.A. in justice, and is applicable to business administration, social work, psychology and counseling contexts.
Minimum Requirements for Communication Bachelor's Degree: 120 credits
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