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Communication Arts & Sciences Minor

The minor in Communication Arts and Sciences provides students with an applied focus on human communication. It offers course work in both the humanities and social sciences to do so. This minor enables students to apply highly relevant theories, methods, or bodies of knowledge about human communication to a variety of professional and civic pursuits. It is therefore designed to help students improve their understanding and use of communication skills in such fields as business, health, law, public advocacy, and more.

In these ways, the minor valuably supplements many primary undergraduate degree throughout the university. Knowledge of, and training in, practices of human communication can significantly enhance one's ability to succeed in virtually any academic, professional, civic, or interpersonal setting. Finally, most undergraduate courses in Communication Arts and Sciences are certified for General Education credit, so you can quickly attain a valuable minor while earning your General Education credits at the same time.

Communication Arts and Sciences Minor

Questions: contact the Director of Undergraduate Studies, Professor Rosa Eberly at