USCA's Communication Department

USCA's Communication Department The Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communications is designed to help students become ethical and competent communicators who can use their knowledge of communications to enhance their individual and professional development, improve their personal relationships, and effectively serve their communities.

Students majoring in Communications at USCA examine communication processes in interpersonal relationships, small group and public settings and within organizations, in cultures, and in the mass media. We keep our class sizes small (usually under 25 students) to encourage interaction among students and faculty, and to allow for experiential learning.

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Amy HarpAdjunct Faculty

Amy Harp
Adjunct Faculty


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General information

The specific educational objectives of the Communications Department core curriculum, areas of emphasis, and elective courses are to provide students with systematic learning experiences to develop their abilities to communicate effectively, think critically, work effectively with others, and make ethical decisions. Upon completing the Communications degree program, students will demonstrate competence in the curriculum’s primary categories of knowledge, skills, and abilities: Goal 1: Students will demonstrate critical thinking, analytical and evaluative skills. Goal 2: Students will demonstrate research abilities: gather and synthesize information, and share results with others. Goal 3: Students will apply knowledge of communication principles and theories. Goal 4: Students will demonstrate interpersonal communication competence. Goal 5: Students will demonstrate competence in public presentation. Goal 6: Students will demonstrate competence in written communication. Goal 7: Students will demonstrate competence in visual communication.


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