Communication (B.A., B.S.)
Learn and apply principles of effective communication in a variety of professional, cultural and interpersonal settings. The multidisciplinary nature of the field prepares students to enter a variety of high-demand occupations that are experiencing high growth, including public relations, sales, human resources, and social and community services.
Communication is a social science discipline that considers how people verbally and nonverbally communicate at the individual, societal and cultural levels. It can be seen as the discipline that links other disciplines; a discipline that is vital if people, organizations and governments are to cope with today's complex world.
- Available on campus or online.
- In-state tuition for all full-time online students.
- Data from Hanover Research projects a nearly 28 percent growth in communication-related occupations in Idaho by 2024.
- A minor in communication is also available.