The College of Communications offers five undergraduate majors, each leading to a Bachelor of Arts degree. All students broaden and strengthen their academic and professional background by completing a minimum of 80 credits of liberal arts foundation courses. We also offer two graduate degree programs, with flexible, advanced academic study leading to a Ph.D. in Mass Communications or M.A. in Media Studies
The College is accredited by the Accrediting Council of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communications. The programs are designed to educate students for careers in communications—newspapers, radio, television, magazines, cable, advertising, film and video production, research, public relations, government, industry and non-profit organizations, and areas of new technology in which more traditional professions and new communication delivery systems have converged.