Communication Studies majors should be critical consumers of messages communicated by all forms of media, both popular and religious. These graduates are trained in both the theory and practice of communicative arts.
This major exists to produce committed Christian graduates who are adept at constructing ethical oral, written, and performative messages and who are trained in both the theory and practice of communicative arts.
There are no separate admissions requirements for the Communication Studies major.
Biola graduates from the Communication Studies major have gone on to study at the following graduate schools:
Louisiana State University, California State University Fullerton, Ohio State, Regent University, College of William and Mary, Purdue University, University of Southern California, University of California, Los Angeles, University of North Carolina, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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Located at the heart of "Communication Center, USA", Biola University has developed one of the top evangelical departments of communication studies in the country. The number and variety of courses offered are unmatched by other Christian colleges and universities.
Biola's Communication department also features:
While working on their specific majors, students also have the opportunity to share in actual work experiences in on-campus facilities including: