Students who earn a bachelor of arts in Communication will be prepared to work in today's global communication network in a broad range of fields, including public relations and advertising, corporate communication, marketing and sales, as well as for churches and Christian ministries. The Communication Department offers two concentrations – public relations and digital media.
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In addition to classroom studies, students can broaden their learning experience through projects that take them into the community. Whether developing public relations projects for local organizations or shooting video, students have many opportunities to apply their skills in real work-world situations. An internship that gives students the chance to work within their chosen concentration is required for graduation. Programs for study abroad are also offered.
The world has a dire need for ethical communicators, and a degree in Communication from Anderson University gives graduates an opportunity to create an impact for Christ in the workplace. Media ethics and professional values based on Christian principles play a central role in the courses offered as well as in other activities such as internships, field trips and appearances by guest speakers.
Your Future as a Communicator
The degree in Communication is specialized enough to provide entry into specific job categories. For example, with the concentration in public relations, students can move into a position as a copywriter for an ad agency or as a fundraiser for a hospital. The degree is also broad enough to offer opportunities in fields as diverse as the legal profession, nonprofit organizations, and missionary work.
For more information about earning the Communication degree at Anderson University, e-mail Department Chairman Robert Reeves at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone him at (864) 760-1146; Or e-mail Associate Professor of Communication James Duncan at email@example.com or telephone him at (864) 231-7559.