Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Communication
Communication degrees focus on information management and interaction. The Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Communication includes study of a foreign language and a minor of the student's choice, enabling students to apply their communication skills in a broad range of industries, career fields, and international settings. Recommended minors for the following interests include:
- Intercultural track: minor in business, missions or psychology
- Interpersonal track: minor in Bible, English, psychology or sociology
- Organizational track: minor in business, digital media or integrated marketing communication
- Public and Corporate Advocacy track: minor in business or integrated marketing communication
Students successfully completing the B.A. in Communication prepare themselves for a variety of careers where people and information come together. This degree also provides preparatory training for law school, public relations, human resources, sales, management, government work and many other fields which require competence in information management and human interaction. Graduates are especially prepared in such essential areas as team building, the analysis and organization of information, and critical thinking. Communication graduates are in successful careers as diverse as business, ministry, training, insurance, and social and government service.
The program also prepares students who plan to do graduate work in communication and become college communication/speech teachers.