Because communication is so vital to all aspects of our personal and professional lives, the human communication or public communication track is an excellent choice for students preparing for a variety of professional careers, such as law, the clergy, college teaching, or international relations and negotiations.
The professional and organizational communication track features the communication skills most needed by the student preparing for a career in the business, government, or nonprofit sector. Such employers recognize the centrality of good communication in the world of work, regardless of their specific field. Consequently, the student who chooses this track is prepared for a career in a variety of institutions—retail, service, health-related, charitable, governmental, educational—often in a management track.
Student Organization: CSO
The theatre major is designed to expose students to all aspects of theatre. Students are required to take core courses in acting, directing, history and technology. Students choose a track in their area of special interest—performance, design/technical, management, or dramaturgy.
The digital film television option provides students with the necessary background for careers in film and television broadcasting, as well as for those who anticipate using these skills in other occupations.
Student Organization: Focus On U
The Film Studies minor provides an interdisciplinary approach to visual literacy as it introduces students to film history, theory, criticism and production. Examine film as an art form, an industry and as the most influential communication medium of the twentieth century.
Film Studies Course Requirements and Electives
B24 Kleinpell Fine Arts