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  Sep 22, 2017
 
2017-18 University Catalog 
  
2017-18 University Catalog

Communication Studies, BS


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Degree Requirements

The Bachelor of Science in Communication Studies requires 184 credits. All major courses, general education communication courses, and focused sequence of electives courses must be completed with a grade of "C" or higher.

Curriculum


Required courses and recommended terms during which they should be taken:

Freshman Year


Fall


Total: 17 Credit Hours

Total: 16 Credit Hours

Total: 16 Credit Hours

Sophomore Year


Fall


Total: 16 Credit Hours

Winter


Total: 15 Credit Hours

Spring


Total: 16 Credit Hours

Junior Year


Fall


Total: 15 Credit Hours

Winter


Total: 15 Credit Hours

Spring


Total: 15 Credit Hours

Senior Year


Fall


Total: 16 Credit Hours

Winter


  • COM 420 - Externship Credit Hours: (Variable to a total of 15 credits)
  • Focused Sequence Elective in major (UD) Credit Hours: 3 (3) a
  • Elective (UD) Credit Hours: 3
  • Science Elective Credit Hours: 3
Total: 13 Credit Hours

Spring


Total: 14 Credit Hours

Curriculum Notes:


To earn the Bachelor of Science degree, students must complete 36 credits in mathematics and science or 45 credits in mathematics, science, and social science. Students must also complete 60 credits of upper-division courses.

There is no guarantee of externships for Communication Studies majors. The best externship experiences are often those identified and arranged by students.

Total for a B.S. in Communication Studies: 184 Credit Hours


a A series of four courses chosen from within the major applicable to the student's career aspirations. Three of the four courses should be upper division. Students consult with their advisors when choosing these courses.
b A series of four courses chosen from outside the major applicable to the student's career aspirations. Students consult with their advisors when choosing these courses

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