Looking for courses in public speaking? Media relations? Theatrical production? Experience in news or radio? Applying communication theory to current technology? You’ll find it all here.
Our courses examine all aspects of the study of communication including:
- Historical developments
- Policy implications
- The influence of mass media and communication technologies
- Interpersonal relationships
- Connections between communication and power relationships
Communication courses are interactive and focused on giving you practical experience. You’ll conduct research, write academic and professional papers, design public relations campaigns, create blogs and deliver presentations. You’ll collaborate with other students and build valuable teamwork skills.
In your Oral Communication COMM-100 class (required for all students), you’ll learn how to effectively communicate your viewpoint, whether for a classroom presentation or at your first job after college.
Students who major in communication studies might also be interested in Bridgewater’s 5-year Master of Arts in Digital Media Strategy.
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