In this program, you’ll be challenged to examine popular culture’s influence on ourselves as well as society. You’ll work closely with accomplished and award-winning faculty to explore how this influence contributes to the construction of both personal and public identities. And, you’ll become engaged citizens, scholars, and practitioners who work in a variety of communication professions, attend distinguished graduate programs, participate in civic life, and shape public culture.
This program prepares students to give voice to those who experience communication disorders. The Communication Sciences and Disorders major offers an exceptional variety of clinical experiences and opportunities to participate in research alongside faculty. You’ll establish a solid foundation, coupled with several years’ experience in the field, and join our graduates who are accepted to masters programs across the country. Our graduates see admission rates at over 85 percent, while nationally, less than a quarter of applications to graduate school are accepted.
Receive a newly designed, digitally focused undergraduate degree in Journalism that features a progressive curriculum centered on prepping students for the demands of a dynamic media industry. This program combines a rigorous course load with field experience and the publication of professional quality work, while embracing a multifaceted approach to the discipline and championing a comprehensive education in audio and video, as well as print, visual, and social media to arm you with the know-how and practical experience you need to work in any format.