The communication department has been a vibrant part of the University since its beginning years, including a nationally-recognized debate program with successes that date back to the early 1900s. As a student, you share in that rich history and national acclaim.
Our programs and service-learning opportunities focus on community issues, preparing you for nonprofit and for-profit career options.
Our undergraduate and graduate courses provide a small student/faculty ratio, which helps develop student/faculty partnerships and advising relationships.
Our local alumni continue their connection to the University by providing you with excellent internship and career opportunities.
Our program strengthens your oral and written communication skills, which are in high demand by employers.
With guidance from the faculty of the department of communication, you will be prepared to be an ethical and effective communicator in any situation. That's our sole purpose and mission.