As of Fall 2010, the Department of Languages and Communications offers seven different degree programs. For details about each one, please download a PDF copy of the degree plans and also visit the link to your specific area of interest.
B. A. Degree Options and Concentrations (click to download the most recent degree plan)
The Department of Languages and Communications has an MPEG-2, HD digital television studio, PC/MAC computer labs, and a media production laboratory to teach television production, news broadcasting, video animation, video editing, and Internet web site development. The newly renovated television studio has state-of-the-art digital equipment and video management systems that offers a unique opportunity for students to learn production in a hands on environment.
For students interested in print media, the student newspaper, The Panther, is an excellent platform to obtain experience in writing, editing, design and photojournalism.
The writing lab in the Department of Languages and Communications is open daily to assist students who might have writing deficiencies. English also offer a master's program for those with a desire to obtain a graduate degree.
The language lab in the Department of Languages and Communications is instrumental is assisting students studying the Spanish language for the first time. Students are required to complete four semesters of Spanish at the 1000 and 2000 levels (or show equivalent credit through AP or CLEP test scores) before proceeding to the major coursework. Hours must be selected from courses above the sophomore level, and a six-week study or semester abroad in a Spanish-speaking country is recommended.
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