Programs in Communication
Communication (Bachelor of Arts)
Communication is a perfect major for students interested in all aspects of human interaction. Majors learn a mix of research approaches to studying human interaction, including observation, survey research, and experimental methods. More than 600 Coastal Carolina University students currently study Communication, Media and Culture and over 280 others have chosen a minor in the department.
Concentrations: Communication Studies, Health Communication, Interactive Journalism or Public Relations/Integrated Communication.
Communication (Master of Arts | Graduate)
Starting in Fall 2019, our graduate-level program in communication offers a diverse, flexible curriculum that prepares students to lead and/or advocate for others in multiple career and academic fields.
Concentrations: Communication Leadership, Communication Advocacy
The Journalism minor at Coastal Carolina University is intended for students who have an interest in writing. A minor in journalism will provide students with the opportunity to understand the basic principles and effects of journalism and its role in society with an emphasis on the ever changing multimedia landscape.
A minor in Communication is beneficial to all those who would like examine and analyze communication behaviors as they occur in social situations, and offers a great compliment to a wide variety of majors from both the humanities and sciences.