Michael Agee, Chair; Alison Hill, Kyle Portbury, Glen Robinson
Adjunct: Danae Dolinsky-Songy, David Pollock, Landi Whitefield
The mission of Southwestern Adventist University's Department of Communication is to prepare students to be effective Christian communicators. This includes developing skills in personal interaction, writing, speaking, creating media content, and managing the elements of communication technology. In addition, knowledge comes from learning about new forms of convergence and interaction in the areas of radio, television, film, journalism, advertising, public relations, and the Internet.
The aims of Southwestern Adventist University's Department of Communication are to:
Communication majors at Southwestern Adventist University choose one of the department's three emphasis areas of study: Advertising & Public Relations (ADPR), Journalism (JOUR), or Radio-TV-Film (RTVF). The department also offers minors in both Communication and Speech. Many communication students acquire valuable training and experience at the following facilities on the campus:
Our Communication Department encourages all upper division majors to complete an off-campus internship in their major emphasis. Even before graduation, and sometimes as a direct result of communication internship positions, many of our majors are hired by these firms, and communication alumni from Southwestern who have continued their education through graduate school have done so very successfully.
B.A. in Communication
B.S. in Communication
Minors in Advertising and PR, Communication, Journalism, Radio-TV-Film, and Speech.Information not shown.
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