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The mission of the Communication Department is to foster the practice and study of communication to inform and transform society for the better. The department promotes the study of communication and the arts of persuasion, community-building, and journalistic reporting that contribute to the Greek ideal of the "agora" as the center of a democratic, diverse society. We pursue this mission by encouraging:
We envision a world where communication is founded on respect for individual autonomy and equality, and where such communication contributes to self-realization, self-determination, and democracy.
The department offers BA and minor degrees in Communications Studies, Journalism, and Strategic Communications.
BA degree programs:
Go to the main degree page for details and degree requirements for the BA and minor degrees.
Lost at Home:
The Communication Conundrum of Reentry after Study Abroad
By Dr. Rick Malleus.
Thursday, October 23, 2014, 6:00-8:00pm, Casey Commons. Learn More here.
On the Front Page: A Survival Guide for Women in JournalismA Workshop for Students, Journalists and the PublicThursday, November 6, 2014, 6:00-8:00pm, Casey Commons.Learn More here.
Faculty, Students Delve into Pop Culture, featuring Professor Chris Paul and students Kathryn Smith (Strategic Communications major) and Anina Walas (Communication and Psychology major). Read the article here.
Alumni News: Alaska Airlines names Shaunta Hyde, class of 1992 Journalism major, managing director of community relations. More here.