The Department of Communication and Philosophy provides a solid foundation for students seeking careers in numerous fields. The Communication students develop thinking, speaking, and writing abilities while also developing practical, professionally marketable skills. Philosophy provides a solid grounding both in the history and in the practice of philosophy. Each of these programs prepares students for the fast-paced and constantly changing world. Journalism majors learn to report, edit and present high-quality journalism for a variety of platforms, including newspapers, magazines, audio, video, online and mobile.
The Department of Communication and Philosophy values all students, faculty, and staff regardless of national origin or immigration status. We support the free cultural exchange of ideas as being at the heart of the academic endeavor. This exchange deepens and broadens our students’ perspectives in an increasingly globalized society.