Pursue an exciting career in a communication-focused field through our innovative degree programs that offer both practical and hands-on learning experiences. No matter your interest, we have a track of study tailored to fit your skill-set and calling.
Professors with real-world experience in marketing, public affairs, and video production provide immersive instruction intended to position you for career success. Diverse student-led programs such as EUTV television studio, KECC radio station, EU films video production company, Crusader Media website, the Lance on campus newspaper, and Excalibur yearbook provide you the opportunity to put your practical training to use.
In addition to on campus learning, you will have the opportunity to pursue a wide variety of internship and volunteer placements that will enhance your professional skill set and may launch your career into full-time communication-focused work.
Communication Department Program List
Develop the skills you need to create compelling visual communication in a rapidly evolving digital world. Major available.
Put your artistic and marketing skills to use via our innovative program as you learn about the latest in digital design technologies and visual brand management. Major available.
An Advertising and Public Relations degree will help you grow your communication, media production, social media, and writing skills to help you develop your career. Major and concentration available.
Discover your communication talents, learn how to interact with the public and the media, and acquire basic media production skills via our comprehensive program. Major and concentration available.
Clubs and Organizations
The Excalibur Yearbook
From student media involvement to internships and community connections, the Communications Department equipped me with everything I need to succeed in the media world.
Cameron A. Pace, Ph.D.
Professor of Communication, Department Chairperson
Full Time Faculty
Nancy Pace-Miller, M.A.
Ephraim Media Center Engineer
Chip Stanek, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Communication
Mark B. Kelton, Ed.D.
Melinda Booze, M.A.
Assistant Professor, Communication