Oct 17, 2021  
2020 Undergraduate Studies Bulletin 
    
2020 Undergraduate Studies Bulletin [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Communication Studies, Sports Communication, B.S. (CIP 09.0906)


Degree Requirements


In addition to the requirements of the academic major, students must comply with the General Academic Regulations for Graduation  and Undergraduate Academic Policies .  As part of these policies, students must complete the General College Curriculum , which is based on the degree.

Major Requirements


Communication Studies majors may specialize in one of seven concentrations for the Bachelor of Arts Degree: broadcasting and electronic media (traditional television/video and radio); communication generalist; communication pre-law; digital and new media; converged journalism (newspaper, magazine, and digital/electronic); and public and interpersonal communication; and public relations and corporate communication; or pursue the Bachelor of Science with a major in Health Communication, Sports Communication, or Communication Training and Development. Students also may pursue accelerated dual degrees in Health Communication with the Master of Science in Public Health (4+1) and Communication Studies Pre-Law with the Juris Doctorate (3+3). As stated in the general academic regulations, Communication Studies majors must have a “C” or better in each course in the major.

Writing Segment:


Research Segment:


(one of the following courses)

Departmental Electives:


  • Three hours of communication studies courses at the 200-level or higher