Communication and technology are in constant motion. Our bachelor’s program in communications and digital studies teaches adults – and tech-savvy teens – to share ideas in a media-driven world. A cutting-edge curriculum targets emerging technology and teaches you to create powerful messaging, design multi-media campaigns, and build a digital identity.
Students majoring in Communication and Digital Studies who complete all requirements earn the degree of Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Communication and Digital Studies.
Areas of Study
Pair core courses in communications and digital studies with an exciting array of electives, including Introduction to Film Studies; Games and Culture; Approaches to Video Art; Social Media; The Graphic Novel; and History of the Information Age.
This cutting-edge bachelor’s program will prepare you for a career in advertising, marketing, communications law, and so much more. Whatever you choose to pursue, you’ll develop the skills that today’s employers are looking for.
The communication and digital studies major requires 36 credits in two core groups – 15 credits in communications, 9 credits in digital studies – plus 12 elective credits.
Scholarships are awarded by the department of English, Linguistics, and Communications.