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The School of Communications has four departments offering undergraduate degrees. The Departments of Communication and Culture, Journalism, and Radio-Television-Film offer the Bachelor of Arts degree in ten specializations. The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders offers the Bachelor of Science degree in Speech Pathology/Audiology. All departments offer 18 hour minor sequences. See detailed requirements under each department.

Annenberg Honors Program students may enroll in any of the majors shown below, but they are required to take certain honors sections of some courses. In addition, they must take the Introductory Honors Seminar, the Sophomore Honors Seminar, the Honors Seminar in each semester of their junior year, and the Honors Thesis in each semester of their senior year, leading to the completion of their senior thesis or project. They must also take at least two years of foreign language.

See the Graduate Bulletin for information on graduate programs in the Department of Radio-Television-Film (M.F.A. in Film), the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders (M.S. in Speech Pathology and in Audiology and Ph.D. in Communication Sciences), and the Department of Human Communication Studies (M.A. and Ph.D. in Intercultural Communication, Organizational Communication, and Mass Communication).

Common Requirements (all SOC Students)

100 Orientation            

0

ENGL 002 Freshman English 

3

ENGL 003 Freshman English 

3

RTVF 111 Intro to Mass Communication    

3

COMC 101 Principles of Speech      

3

PHED... Physical Education        

4

...-... African American Req’t

3

MATH 006 College Algebra  

3

...-... Minor (6 courses)

18

Requirements for departments in SOC

Communication Sciences and Disorders: 

common

Communication and Culture: 

common, legal communication, print communication

Journalism: 

common, print specialization

print minor, broadcast news

advertising, public relations

Radio-Television-Film:

common, radio and television production

film production and telecommunications management

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