The Communication Studies curriculum promotes the responsible use of communication as a tool for understanding in a variety of situations: one-to-one, small group, public, organizational, intercultural and mass mediated settings. This major also prepares students for graduate work in speech and for a variety of professional fields. Students are encouraged to seek second majors and minors in fields such as Government, English, Political Science, History, Religious Studies, Psychology, Teaching and many more.
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