Bachelor of Arts in Communication

A major in communication will allow the student to develop the skills necessary to communicate with a variety of audiences in a variety of settings. Career options include entry level positions in public relations, mass media, business and industrial communications, advertising and public service. Many of our graduates continue their education in graduate law school.

Degree Requirements

Program Credits39
Required Courses

All Communication majors complete CA 101 as their University core requirement.

Required courses for major: CA 108, 210, 252, 260, 301, 401 and 406, and a minimun of 18 credits from CA course offerings and/or selected art course offerings.

Required Auxiliary Courses


Additional Information

A maximum of two CA 403 internship for three credits each can be counted toward the 39-credit requirement. No grade lower than a “B‐” will be accepted for CA 101, and for all other major courses, a grade of “C” or higher must be achieved.