Bachelor of Science in Communication
A Communciation degree prepares You
The mission of the King University Bachelor of Science in Communication Program is to prepare you for a career that requires you to have:
- Impeccable presentation skills
- Applied knowledge of ethics
- Clear and concise writing skills
- Reasoned approach to critical thinking
- Persuasive design skills
- Leadership capabilities
- Small group decision-making techniques
- Effective interpersonal communication
- Conflict management
- Countless other communication-based skills and knowledge
The Communication program at King University:
- Offers a superior undergraduate degree designed for adults
- Begins with a brief introductory course that equips you for all future communication classes and writing requirements
- Allows you to directly integrate knowledge, practical skills, and theory for a successful career in the 21st century
- Embeds ethical and liberal arts principles in communication courses
- Results in an academic experience that empowers you with excellent design, writing, speaking, and critical thinking skills.
- Concludes with a comprehensive assessment portfolio that is useful for job hunting and sharing with future employers
- Encourages varied opinions, expertise, and interactive learning
- Is also available at the Knoxville campus and online
How the program works for students:
- Designed to help you complete a communication major in as little as 16 months (full-time degree completion program)
- One communication class at a time
- Knoxville-based courses are interactive classes that meet one night a week. Alternatively, online courses create a participatory environment that engage students throughout each week.
- If you do not have sufficient hours to start the program, please work with your Enrollment Counselor to develop a plan for completing necessary credits. One option may be to complete courses through our Pathway program.
- Integrates your prior experience in the coursework
- Fully Accredited by Commission on College of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS)
The Communication program requires every student to have consistent, easy access to a computer (with Microsoft Office 2010 preferred) and internet. Most assignments require the use of Microsoft Word and credible references (often discovered online).
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