Arts & Technologies Cluster
No matter what career path you take after college graduation, effective and thoughtful communication will be critical to your success.
The Communication and Media Studies Program will prepare you for an exciting and rewarding career in a wide array of fields, including advertising, digital communication, technical writing, and more. You may also choose to further your studies in graduate school, specializing in areas such as public relations, digital media, or film-making.
Our faculty, which comprises scholars and professionals in the field, is committed to your academic success and will help you develop skills that are invaluable to today’s marketplace, including effective public speaking, presentation, written communication, and technical skills.
A CMS Alum recently wrote, “All of my teachers, especially in the Communications and Business departments, were always more than a professor. They were experts in their fields, storytellers, world travelers, mentors, your number one cheerleader, and outstanding educators”.
Latest issue of Communication Matters
Communication Matters Spring 2019
The Communication and Media Studies Faculty: In Their Own Words
What makes the Communication and Media Studies Program so great? Hear from the faculty about what they feel are the most valuable aspects of the department! This video was created for the program by Communication and Media Studies major Greg Rapoza.
Lambda Pi Eta Honor Society
COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA STUDIES MAJORS:
– Do you have 60 credits overall?
– Do you have 12 credits in the major?
– Do you have an overall GPA of 3.00 or higher?
– Do you have a major GPA of 3.25 or higher?
If so, then consider joining Lambda Pi Eta!
2019 Lambda Pi Eta Honor Society Inductees
Spring 2019 inductees: Khue Nguyen, WIlliam Lundy, Colleen Shannon, Renee Hall, Megan Toman, Samantha Knapton, Nicholas Pulliam, Eklunta Kenney, Denee Woods, Mariah Davis.
Dr. Mary Beth Ray (Advisor)