About the courseExplore the theoretical foundations of effective communication and empower yourself to become a skillful communicator with our bachelor’s degree in communication studies. Your course of study will be hands-on, filled with practical assignments and internships, and taught by outstanding faculty in small class sizes. You can choose from concentrations in public, interpersonal, or organizational communication—each preparing you for graduate studies or a rewarding career in business, government, politics, public affairs, nonprofits, or the media.All communication studies undergraduate majors must take 21 credits of departmental core courses, including argumentation, human communication, intercultural communication, persuasion, presentational communication, and communication theory. You also must complete COMM 201 during your first semester in the department. From there, you will pick one of three concentrations in public, interpersonal, or organizational communication.
Intake MonthsJanuary, May, August
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AboutNorthern Arizona University is a public university centred on students. It is built on a student-first foundation. This was true when NAU opened doors 120 years ago, and true now. The university delivers world class academic programs for a world-ready generation. In every classroom, top-flight research powers personalized teaching. Every one of the programs, undergraduate and graduate alike is led by expert faculty who recognize and develop students’ talents.
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The campus is lively year round, which means you’ll have your pick of countless adventures. Four distinct, stunning seasons and a ton of options to live, play, and work on campus enrich your NAU experience and ensure these years will be some of the best of your life.