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Graduates with a

Communication Degree
from the
University of Pikeville can
choose to pursue a variety of
careers including:
COMM
UNIC
PROG ATION
RAM


The Communication Major:

Offered through the Division of


Social Science of the College of
Arts and Sciences, gives students
both a practical and theoretical
grounding within a liberal arts
Media
Business
context.

Communication courses teach the Education


oral, nonverbal, and writing skills
Law
Politics
that are essential for success in
personal relationships, business
settings, and society. Entertainment
Medical Services
Or
Graduates with a Communication
degree generally seek employment
in professional fields where Religion
interaction with people is important.
Faculty:
Requirements:
Rachel Little:

Core Requirements:
52-55 Hours

Communication Requirements:
42 Hours

COM 102 Desktop Publishing......................3

COM 105 Intro to Communication..............3


COM 235 Digital Media ...............................3
COM 220 Intro to Jounralism.......................3
COM 301 Communication Theory................3
COM 303 Interpersonal Communication....3 B.S., -Pikeville College
COM 305 Mass Media in Society..................3 M.A., -Morehead State University
COM 310 Principles of Editing & Design....3
COM 400 Senior Seminar..............................3
COM 425 Advanced Public Speaking...........3
Chandra K. Massner:
COM 498 Internship in Communication......3

Select three COM Electives......................... 6

COM electives must be at the 300 or 400 Level


(Note: COM 225 is not included in the major)

Minor Requirements:
21 hours must include
COM 105, 220, and either COM 301, 303, or
305. Note: COM 225 is not included in the mi-
nor

Degree Options: B.S., Ohio University


B.S. or B.A.
••Major
M.A., University of Kentucky
••Minor A.B.D., University of Kentucky