Speak Up and Be Heard
What kinds of careers can you enter with a communication degree?
Public relations specialist
Media talent, sales or management
Digital or brand strategist
What's the Difference at DWU?
- Develop your natural talents by learning the true nature of communication, the most fundamental of human traits.
- Pursue your area of passion: advocacy, student leadership, theatrical performance, persuasion. interpersonal communication, writing with clarity and precision or others.
- Follow in the footsteps of George McGovern, an award-winning member of the DWU debate team.
- Learn from faculty with experience as professional speakers and writers.
Check out the courses you'll complete as a communication major.
DMD 345 Desktop Publishing
SOC 312 Methods of Social Research
ENG 215 Business and Technical Writing
DMD 101 Introduction to Design
COM 470 Capstone in Communication
COM 370 Advanced Persuasive Speaking
COM 330 Organizational Communication
COM 320 Multicultural Communication
COM 315 Principles and Public Relations
COM 240 Business and Professional Communication
COM 230 Communication Theory & Criticism
COM 210 Interpersonal Communication
COM 205 Communication, Media, & Society
BUS 315 Leadership & Communication
Get to Know Your Professors
Learn from the best speakers and writers. Our low student-to-teacher ratio offers valuable one-on-one interaction with professors.
Krista Belanger, Ph.D.
Kyle Herges, MFA
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Pair your communication minor with one of our many majors to enhance your employability and ensure that any organization’s communications are well delivered and received.
Want to take communication as a minor? You’ll take classes like:
- Communication, Media and Society
- Communication Theories
- Business and Professional Communication
- Principles of Public Relations
- Introduction to Design