Learn how to tune yourself to the important relationship building that happens through our interactions with others. Navigate a variety of personal, social, professional, and public situations gracefully and with success.
Communication Studies is a leadership development major. Whether as the sole major or a second major, studying communication makes you ready for employment. In fact, both the National Association of Colleges and Employers and the American Association of Colleges and Universities have reported that employers put a higher premium on communication skills than even a job candidate’s major field of study.
Students who graduate with this major can pursue careers in:
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A major to develop leadership
Communication Studies is seen as a leadership development major at BVU. When students major in communication, they learn how to tune in to crucial relationship building that happens through our interactions with others, and are able to navigate a variety of personal, social, professional, and public situations gracefully and with success. Whether as the sole major or a second major, studying communication prepares students for nearly any form of employment in ways no other subject can.
A business minor is highly recommended.
Because of limited placement options for secondary communication studies/theatre student teachers, the candidate must complete a second teaching major.