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Organizational Communication, BS

The bachelor of science (B.S.) degree program in organizational communication provides specialized, interdisciplinary instruction in professional aptitudes associated with workplace and community roles, guiding students' learnings about effective, ethical work in modern organizations. This degree program offers coursework in partnership with the Pamplin School of Business, each explaining key concepts and practices that underlie human and technical organizational communication systems.

Aside from learning communication's constitutive role in organizing, organizational communication students develop understandings and competencies in ethical collaboration and leadership abilities for a variety of contemporary contexts, including ways communication processes sustain and change organizations' relational, community, and cultural environments. Students in this program also developed applied understandings they need to coordinate and manage the work of a variety of organizations.

This degree prepares students for specialized graduate study in communication and related fields, and for professional work in several organizational roles and contexts. Organizational communication students are actively guided to explore the professional training available to them through a host of community-based academic internships.

Organizational Communication, BS Degree Requirements