Chaired by Robert Mann, M.A.
This program is unique in the tri-state area due to its emphasis on broadcast journalism and radio/television performance. The curriculum also includes communication theory, film history and basic production techniques. The program is enhanced by the availability of the campus-wide cable television system which allows students to broadcast their work to an audience.
The Department of Communication Arts offers following degrees:-
STATEMENT OF OUTCOMES ASSESSMENT
All graduating seniors seeking a B.A. in Communication Arts must take the “capstone course” entitled CO 420 Senior Media Seminar in the fall of their final year. As in all major courses, a grade of “C” or better must be attained for the course to count toward the major.