Studying human communication ranges from interpersonal processes such as persuasion and relationship formation to organizational processes such as group leadership and dispute resolution, as well as the strategies and styles of public deliberation and debate and the political and cultural processes involving mass media, the Internet, and telecommunications systems.
The learning outcomes of the Adult Degree Completion Communication major are:
- the ability to orally communicate in diverse contexts
- proficiencies in professional communication writing
- the ability to apply contemporary research in the field of communication to everyday professional practice
- the ability to engage in and critically analyze academic and professional communication research
- to develop professional facilities with media technologies
Students can complete the major requirements of 40 semester hours in two years. Most classes meet one night per week or on Saturday mornings to accommodate students’ work schedules.
The Adult Degree Completion Bachelor of Arts in Communication major includes:
- 24 semester hours of core courses in communication
- 16 semester hours of elective communication courses
View the complete program requirements for the Communication Adult Degree Completion major.