- Collaborate with faculty members on scholarly research that often leads to publication.
- Work and study in the 49,000-square-foot Martha Miller Center for Global Communication.
- Explore creative possibilities in state-of-the-art facilities including a television studio, camera and digital editing equipment, the student radio station, 89.9 WTHS, offices of the student newspaper The Anchor, and speech labs.
- Develop your skills and knowledge in a broad-based communication curriculum that includes public speaking, journalism, broadcast media, group communication, ethics, rhetoric, interpersonal communication, intercultural and global communication, family communication, and conflict resolution.
- Take advantage of off-campus study programs in New York, Chicago, Philadelphia and Washington, D.C., or gain hands-on experience in a communication internship.
- Learn how to be an ethical producer of information and media in a global society.