BA in Communication Studies Susquehanna University
At Susquehanna, you’ll learn the foundational skills of all communication disciplines, as well as the integral theories and ethics that bind them all together. As a communication studies major, you will prepare for graduate study or a career in qualitative research, critical theory, or interpersonal communications. With plenty of on-campus media outlets, you can sharpen all your communications skills at Susquehanna.
Explore the world of communication
Gain a broad view of mass communication or target a couple of disciplines to master with the communication studies major.
- You’ll learn the principles of professional communication and digital media, media law and ethics, graphic design, and public speaking.
- You will also study the ways we communicate with each other, including group communication, intercultural communication, and listening.
With Susquehanna’s renowned study-abroad program, you won’t just learn in the classroom. You will have the opportunity to study with professional communicators and researchers. This worldly perspective will help you be a better communicator after graduation.
During your time at Susquehanna, you can practice your communication skills with our many clubs and publications.
- The Quill—student newspaper
- The Lanthorn—Susquehanna’s yearbook
- WQSU-FM—on-campus radio station
- Flagship—publication for creative work and photography
- Lambda Pi Eta—official honor society of the National Communication Association (NCA)
- Public Relations Student Society of America
- Association of Women in Sports Media
- Marketing Club
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