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Communication Studies is a liberal arts major. Students in the major develop a deep understanding of how communication works in different contexts, studying how language works, digital media, intercultural and interpersonal communication. Communication Studies majors develop effective oral and written communication skills along with vital research skills that will serve them well regardless of their future career path. Students get valuable practical training in applying their communication knowledge and skills through internships or service learning courses that are useful for both building experience and finding jobs after graduation. Our majors go on to graduate school or careers in diverse fields ranging from marketing, real estate, corporate communication and communication consulting to development aid work and non-profit advocacy.
Degrees offered: BA, minor
Meet Professor Rick Malleus, who examines the challenges facing Seattle University students when they return home from studying abroad.
Read the article and watch the video 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.