Communication Studies

Communication Studies

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In simplest terms, communication enables people to form and share ideas, build relationships, and forge experience with others. The Communication Studies program at Rowan explores this central and complex part of the human condition. As a communication studies student you will engage in demanding, rewarding examinations of two central elements of communication: relationships and messages. And, you'll develop key skills employers seek most often – the ability to think, speak, and write clearly. The Communication Studies major offers flexibility in the topics of study, an approach well suited to students with wide-ranging interests and abilities. Students take a series of core courses to build a foundation in theory, research, and application and then choose a specialization: Rhetoric and Cultural Criticism or Interpersonal/Organizational Communication. Students are encouraged to do an internship outside the university, but may also conduct a research practicum, working one-on-one with a favorite professor.

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