As one of the oldest communication programs in the nation, we've played a dominant role in shaping the scholarly field of communication. Our communication degree programs cover a wide range of topics, from how to work effectively in teams, to resolving conflicts, designing persuasive messages, running health campaigns and relating well with other people.
This year's ComArtSci commencement speaker was Christian Parker who majored in Organizational Communication. Christian gave a memorable speech about adversity, obstacles and lifelong learning. Watch the speech here or on YouTube.
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Whether you're just starting out or ready for more, we've got a degree option for you. We offer B.A., M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in Communication.
The Department of Communication is fully committed to the ideals of diversity, equity, and inclusion. We are dedicated to recognizing and celebrating many forms of diversity in our students, our instruction, our research, and our faculty and staff.
Our work impacts the lives of people in the U.S. and across the world. See what our communication students and alumni have been up to.
Integrating the new with the tried-and-true is what we do best. We stay ahead of the game with studies on virtual reality, health communication, neuroscience and online analytics. It's all communication.
Third-year Ph.D. student Ruth Heo is studying quantitative computational research methods. Computational science is a branch of mathematics that using computing to solve complex problems. Heo’s training will help her apply her research towards health-related issues.Read more
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