Feb 26, 2024
TOTAL MINOR HOURS: 15
The minor in Communication prepares students to communicate effectively and ethically in a variety of relationships and contexts (see description of the major). Students may choose to emphasize a particular area of study including human relationships, health communication, public communication, media and culture, public advocacy, performance, organizational communication, leadership, diversity, or applied communication.
Minor Requirements (15 credit hours)
The minor in Communication requires a minimum of 15 hours of departmental coursework.
Minor Core (6 Credit Hours)
There are two required core courses in the minor:
Minor Electives (9 Credit Hours)
Nine credit hours may be selected from among departmental offerings and must be at the 3000-level or higher.
A grade point average of 2.0 minimum is required for this minor.
A grade of “C-minus” is required for a departmental course to count toward a Communication minor.
Courses may not be taken S/U where a grade option exists.
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Undergraduate Advising Information
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