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BA in Communication Studies

Congratulations EU Communication Majors!

In April 2015, 8 current and recently graduated Eastern University communication majors had papers or posters accepted for presentation at the conference of the oldest professional communication association in the US, the Eastern Communication Association.  These original research reports were competitively selected from among submissions by students and faculty across the eastern United States.  Two of the Eastern communication student submissions received Top Paper honors.

Why Major in Communication Studies?

"It is estimated that 75% of a person’s day is spent communicating in some way."

Multiple national surveys identify oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills as the most important competencies employers look for when hiring and promoting. As communication technologies rapidly develop, employers in various professions and industries need individuals who understand the relationships among media, messages, and audiences and know how to craft messages that connect well.

Beyond success in the workplace, the value of good communication springs from the Creator and flows through all of life. Good communication is both ethical and effective. It is essential to harmonious human relationships and just societies. It is fundamental to democracy and vital to peace across the world’s diverse cultures. Scientific studies even reveal a direct connection between the quality of your communication and the quality of your life -- socially, emotionally and physically.

So -- why NOT major in communication studies? It’s a great asset for any college graduate.

Why Major in Communication Studies at Eastern?

As a Communication Major, you will . . .

  • Receive individual attention and guidance in a close-knit department with caring faculty and enthusiastic students
  • Be equipped as a competent, creative, and ethical communicator who integrates Eastern University’s commitment to faith, reason, and justice into each communication act
  • Develop a deeper understanding of the nature and power of communication, grounded in relevant philosophy, social science, textual analysis, and theology
  • Learn from accomplished faculty who have presented and published articles and books on new media, conflict resolution, sports communication, racial reconciliation, religious communication, popular culture, and communication ethics

You’ll also have opportunities to . . .

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