Communication B.A. (Corporate Communication)

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The B.A. in Communication with a concentration in Corporate Communication prepares students for careers developing and communicating strategic messages within the business environment. Students learn internal and external methods of professional communication, whether their jobs will involve writing speeches, designing or editing company publications, communicating media messages, or other assignments. They also benefit from the university's focus on practical education and internships.

Graduates go on to careers in corporate communications, advertising, journalism, public relations, and marketing. Jobs include corporate trainer, crisis management coordinator, document designer, speech writer, and media liaison.

Contact Information

Petros G. Malakyan, Ph.D.
Department Head, Communication and Organizational Leadership

4-Year Course Plan

Freshman Year, Fall

  • COMM 2100
  • JRNL 2015
  • CSEN 1010 or 1020
  • 2 RMU Core courses
  • FYSP

Freshman Year, Spring

  • COMM 2040
  • CSEN 1020 or CSCM 1030
  • 3 RMU Core Courses

Sophomore Year, Fall

  • COMM 2000
  • CSCM 1030 or 2040
  • ARTM 2425
  • INFS 2412
  • 1 RMU Core Course

Sophomore Year, Spring

  • COMM 2015
  • CSCM 2040 or 2050
  • COMM 2020
  • 1 RMU Corporate COMM Elective
  • 1 RMU Core Course

Junior Year, Fall

  • COMM 3301
  • INFS 3410
  • 2 OPEN Electives
  • 1 RMU Core Course

Junior Year, Spring

  • COMM 3950
  • Corporate COMM Elective
  • 3 OPEN Electives

Senior Year, Fall

  • COMM 4060
  • MGMT 3100
  • 1 Corporate COMM Elective
  • 1 OPEN Elective
  • 1 RMU Core course

Senior Year, Spring

  • 1 Corporate COMM Elective
  • 4 OPEN Electives

Sample Courses:

These are some of the classes for students in this academic program:

Training & Development in Business
Survey of Mass Communication
Writing for a Global Marketplace
Major Credits
Communication, English, Journalism
Core Credits
Communication Skills, Economics, Humanities, History, Sciences, etc.
Elective Credits

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