Our BA in Communication will thoroughly prepare you to jump right into a role in related fields.
All of our degrees are transfer-friendly, but that's especially true of this degree.
Our online BA in Communications, with its emphasis on communication theory and industry-specific concepts, will help you strengthen your ability to communicate effectively.
The evaluation and improvement of voice, diction, articulation and posture also are studied. This course introduces students to the theory and practice of public relations in the United States.Students study the major figures in this field as well as organizations, their behavior, and the relationships between organizations and their publics.These tools are relatively inexpensive and accessible technologies that enable anyone to create, publish, edit and access messages intended for the smallest to the largest of audiences.Students will examine the strategic uses of social media for community building, civic and political participation, advertising, marketing, public relations, and journalism.Whether you pursue the BA in Communication on its own or tailor your communication degree with a concentration, you'll have a choice of 33 free electives and a wide variety of courses to choose from.
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Courses in our communication degree online program will help you develop and hone your skills in critical thinking, writing, research and analysis.
As emerging technology continues to make the business world smaller, effective written and verbal communication skills will be more important than ever before.
This course examines the foundations of interpersonal communication in light of digital (new) media, evaluating the effect that mediated communication has on relational strategies.
Students will evaluate communication behaviors across multiple digital mediums and examine concepts related to relational development, maintenance, and deterioration, interpersonal conflict, nonverbal communication, and identity and culture.
This course seeks to expand global cultural understanding and communication by examining pop culture and media systems in various countries.