In Summer 2013, Communication Studies majors and minors had their first chance to study abroad with the Department in two distinct locations in Eastern Europe: Erfurt, Germany and Budapest, Hungary. Nearly two dozen undergraduate and graduate students spent their summer connecting with new cultures in pursuit of their degrees.Visit the Study Abroad Page
Our M.A. in Instructional Communication is a non-thesis, off-campus graduate program is designed for the professional educator who is employed full-time in the education setting, such as a teacher, school administrator, or an education specialist. Find out more about our how to join our Summer 2014 cohort.
The Department of Communication Studies is piloting a Comm Studies Student-Alumni Mentoring Program. Please consider getting involved. It could consist of as little time as a 30 minute phone conversation with an undergraduate student once or twice a year to as extensive as allowing a student or new graduate to shadow you at work or offer internships for our students. You decide your level of involvement/commitment!