Communications

If you are interested in a career that involves working closely with people in variety of contexts, you should consider a degree in Communication. The Communication Program of Study offers a balanced educational curriculum of liberal arts and sciences course with the fundamental concepts and practices in the field of communication. Courses in communication focus on improving speaking and interpersonal skills, as well as an introduction to business, intercultural and mass communication. In addition to the required COMM 1201, Public Speaking course, students take COMM 1100, Human Communication, and COMM 2105, Interpersonal Communication. Students also select elective courses in other areas of Communication including COMM 2300, Business & Professional Communication, and COMM 2900, Intercultural Communication, as well as the study of a Foreign Language. With a bachelorís degree in communication, students have wide career options. Some of which include: Advertising Sales Management Education Media/Radio/Television/Broadcasting Government/Politics Health Careers Human Resources International Relations Public Relations Social and Human Services Important Communications Organizations:

The National Communication Association is the largest organization for Communication students, scholars, and professionals. For information on NCA follow this link.NATCOM

The Georgia Communication Association is a statewide organization for students, scholars, and professionals in communicated related occupations. For information on GCA follow this link.GACOMM

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