Redefining the Classroom

It is estimated that 75% of a person's day is spent communicating in some way.

The communication and theatre program offers versatility, nationally award-winning faculty, and excellent preparation for a career or graduate education. The variety of elective choices allows for program adaptability to better meet future career goals. Culminating in a capstone experience of a communication internship or independent research project, the program provides a blend of theoretical and practical knowledge and experience necessary for success in the communication arts.

Possible careers in the communication field include:

  • Public Relations Specialist — Manages communication between a business or organization and its customers and employees.
  • Nonprofit Organization Director — Oversees the employees and volunteers within a service organization.
  • Human Resources Manager — Oversees the hiring and training of an organization’s employees.
  • Sales Manager — Directs the sales business within an organization.
  • Entertainer — Performs in stage, television, or film.
  • Arts Administrator — Directs the business operations


"The tongue is the only tool that gets sharper with use." - Washington Irving

Average Salary of Graduates (NACE)

  • $43,145


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