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View information for the Department of Communication Studies , including Learning Objectives for the department and its programs.
View the degree program Roadmap, which provides a recommended advising map to complete the degree program in four years. Please consult your academic advisor as you develop your academic plan.
Click here to view General Education requirements.
Majors must take all courses counted toward the major for a letter grade if the letter grade option is available.
The following laboratory and internship courses may not be applied to the major:
Laboratory and internship units, with a maximum of 9 total combined units, may count toward the 120 units required for graduation.
(33 units minimum)**
Students are reminded to check course descriptions carefully when selecting upper-division courses; enrollment may require completion of one or more prerequisites.
Include at least 3 units from group a and 3 units from group b below.
i. Relational and Organizational Communication Track students, select one:
ii. Public Communication and Media Track students, select one:
See your advisor for approval of this course. Laboratory and Internship courses may not be applied in the major; however, these courses may count toward the 120 units required for graduation.
(12 units minimum)
Courses may not cross-count with any other part of the Communication Studies major.