Adult Undergraduate Communication
Interpersonal and Organizational Communication is an important tool utilized in all areas of life.
Tailored specifically for busy schedules, this program is designed for working adults who want to advance their careers through courses that focus on organizational development and management.
This versatile Communication degree with a concentration in Interpersonal and Organizational Communication will help you become a leader in a variety of professions. You will not only learn how to effectively communicate across diverse populations, but you will also learn how to conduct extensive research, create case studies, and master communication theories.
Next term start date 1/9/2024
Your academic advisor works with you from the moment you are accepted to create a road map to graduation, creating a custom schedule specific to your needs.
Affordable and Accelerated
A timely completion of your degree is critical to your total tuition cost, which is why we offer accelerated courses, providing you a quality education at a fraction of the cost.
You’ll gain exposure to all areas of human relations within the workplace – organizational communication networks, conflict management, leadership, problem-solving, critical thinking, and the role of communication in interpersonal and organizational contexts.
Although most, if not all, of the communication courses can be completed online, our faculty create an environment of engaged learning, where communication concepts and theories are taught using practical application.
Cara T. Mackie
- Provide official transcripts of all academic work taken previously at other colleges, universities, or professional schools.
- If fewer than 25 credit hours have been earned from a regionally accredited college or university, student should provide official high school transcript or GED scores.
- If fewer than 25 credit hours have been earned from a regionally accredited college or university, student should provide official ACT or SAT exam scores, OR as an alternative, applicants should instead submit an updated resume and elect to apply through the test-optional policy.
- Military service-connected, educational experiences may award transfer credits. Requests should be accompanied by documents describing the educational experience. (Seven semester hours of credit may be awarded.)
International Student Requirements
- Official Translated Transcripts With Course By Course Evaluation**
- Bank Letter Verifying Funds of Sponsor***
- Sponsor's Guarantee Form
- Valid Passport
- Official TOEFL/IELTS Score****
*** A bank letter is a written statement on bank letterhead and signed by a bank official.
**** Must have completed an English language training program or at least one year at an English speaking institution to waive the TOEFL/IELTS testing requirement.
|A. General Education Requirements||40 hours|
|B. Major Requirements||40 hours|
|Course Number||Course Name|
|COM 1100||Introduction to Communication (waived)|
|COM 1500||Fundamentals of Speech|
|COM 2100||Mass Media and Society|
|COM 2250||Interpersonal Communication|
|COM 2260||Small Group Communication OR|
|COM 2270||Intercultural Communication|
|COM 3210||Organizational Communication|
|COM 3900||Special Topics in Communication|
|COM 4550||Communication Research|
|COM 4500||Communication Law and Ethics OR|
|COM 4999||Speech and Mass Communication Theory|
|COM 4900||Senior Project|
|C. Bachelor of Science Degree Requirements||12 hours|
|D. Electives||32 hours|
|E. Total||124 hours|
|Base Required Fees||Cost|
|Tuition Per Credit Hour||$340|
|Technology fee per semester is based on credit hours enrolled||$30 to $120|
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