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Organizational Communication Undergraduate Program

Why study organizational communication at Missouri State?

  • Learn the effects organizational context has on communication. Explore communication's role in shaping life and effectiveness.

  • Take part in service learning projects. As you assist community organizations, you'll gain real-world experience.

  • Build your skills and knowledge through organizational communication. This enhances your part in other organizations like civil, social, religious and leisure arenas.

Degree options

Access the organizational communication advising sheet for a detailed list of required classes.

Four-Year

Access a BS four-year degree plan: organizational communication sample schedule.

Transfer

Ease your transfer process.

Accelerated Master's

Begin graduate course work as you finish your bachelor's degree.

Careers and Outcomes

Be an effective communicator for a wide range of industries.

Exploring the intricacies of organizational life

Within the organizational communication program, the primary areas of study include the following:

  • Communication in organizations
  • Interpersonal communication
  • Leadership
  • Persuasion, argumentation and presentation skills
  • Small group communication
  • Intercultural communication