The B.S. in communication program equips students to serve as professional communicators in a variety of ministry and marketplace settings, developing a broad base of skills in oral, written, and visual communication. Coursework is designed to lead students to develop the skills required to be Christ-centered communicators who prepare and deliver high-quality messages to audiences with integrity and professionalism. Students majoring in communication learn to communicate in both oral and written modalities; to understand the mass media and their audiences; and to utilize a variety of media skills. Graduates of the program are equipped to work in the fields of communication or public relations in both non-profit and for-profit organizations, or to pursue graduate study in Communication or related fields.
- Demonstrate familiarity with the process of communication at the interpersonal, organizational, and mass communication levels, while using a variety of methods to reach audiences.
- Learn to think, write and design as a professional communicator.
- Complete a communication internship in a professional environment that relates to your particular interest. Some examples include a student interested in journalism who could choose to intern with a local newspaper, or a student interested in public relations could intern with a PR firm.