BA in Applied Communication
The B.A. in Applied Communication is designed for students interested in increasing their overall communication literacy and developing practical experience in the analysis, criticism, and application of a variety of communications which can be applied to executive communications, marketing, and public relations. Students will learn best practices in communicating with a variety of audiences and situations while developing personal leadership and observational/analytic skills.
|Total Number of Major Courses||13|
|Total Number of Major Credit Hours||39 credit hours. Each student's remaining hours toward Core, mission specific requirements, and general elective requirements will vary depending on transfer credit. Please review the curriculum page to learn more about your requirements beyond your major credit hours.|
|Start Terms||Students can begin during any of the 5 sessions throughout the academic year|
|Transfer Credit Accepted Toward Major||18 credit hours / 6 courses|
|Schedule Format for Major Courses||Major courses offered in 8‐week sessions with online, evening,
and Saturday morning options.
|Schedule Format for Other Courses
(Core, mission, and school requirements)
|Courses offered in 8‐week sessions with fully online options,
which may include both synchronous and asynchronous
meetings, and blended options with either evening or Saturday
|Blended courses on the Water Tower Campus (820 N. Michigan
Ave, Chicago) and Online. This major can be completed fully
|Application and Admission Requirements||
|Tuition and Fees|
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