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Communication Arts (Bachelor's)

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A bachelor’s degree in the field of communication provides students with the skills and strategies needed in the business world, such as creating and delivering effective presentations, crafting a well-reasoned argument, and building and enhancing dialogue between people and groups. The Bachelor of Arts in Communication Arts prepares graduates to solve problems, resolve conflict, and increase communication options. A communications degree, offered online and/or on campus in the evenings, allows students to explore how the media, entertainment industry, and commercial institutions affect individuals and society. In addition, you will enrich your understanding of verbal and non-verbal communication, such as writing, speaking, and body language; and you will learn how to use art, photographs, and other media in presentations. Complete your bachelor’s degree with a major in communication arts to improve your written and verbal skills for your own personal and professional development. The communications degree requires an integrative project, in which you will synthesize your studies and demonstrate your communication skills.


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Careers in Bachelor of Arts in Communication Arts

Public Relations Specialist, Advertising Manager, Promotions Manager, Advocate/Activist, Trainer, Fundraiser, Writer/Editor, Event Planner, Human Resources Administrator, Media Relations.

By 2018, a college education will be required for 63% of jobs



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