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University of Pittsburgh Bradford    
2021-2022 Bradford Campus Catalog 
    
 
  Feb 04, 2023
 
2021-2022 Bradford Campus Catalog [Archived Catalog]

Communications, BA


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Contact: Professor, Jeff Guterman

The skills you learn in our communications program will help you throughout your entire life. Learning to communicate effectively will help you, both personally and professionally. Communications professionals work in virtually every industry. Companies, educational institutions and others place a high value on people who are able to communicate clearly and effectively.

Total credits required for the major: 36


Suggested Course of Study:


Credits: 30


Second Year:


  • COMM 0115 - INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION
  • COMM 0201 - MASS MEDIA AND SOCIETY
  • COMM 0210 - SOCIAL MEDIA COMMUNICATION
  • GE Economics or Political Science (Global)
  • GE: Arts & Letters                                                                                                                          
  • GE: History, Cultures or Philosophical Inquiry (NW/Global)                                                       
  • GE Science
  • GE:PEDC
  • Minor Course                                                                                 
  • GE: Science
  • Lab                                                                                              

Credits: 29


Third Year:


Credits: 30


Fourth Year:


  • COMM 1410 - PERSUASION
  • COMM 1451 - CAPSTONE: COMMUNICATIONS
  • COMM 1499 - INTERNSHIP: COMMUNICATION
  • Elective Course (4cr)                                                       
  • Elective Course     
  • Elective Course                                                  
  • Minor Course                                                                      
  • Upper Level Elective                                                               
  • Upper Level Elective                                                                 

Credits: 31


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