At Taylor, the Communication major breaks the mold. With small class sizes, discussion-based courses, and service learning projects, you'll have the framework to succeed in any career. The Communication degree program provides students with valuable experience to take into internships, interviews, and dream jobs. You’ll sharpen your critical thinking and spoken, written, and nonverbal communication skills, equipping yourself as a leader and team player for a broad range of careers.
This streamlined field of study provides a strong foundation in communicating oral, mediated, interpersonal, and public messages. You’ll gain an understanding of how the various mediums and aesthetics impact message interpretation. Elective communication courses are chosen from a variety of courses from across the department. You can also opt to add an organizational communication concentration that will prepare you to lead in both corporate and nonprofit settings with practical skills in training, leadership, and consulting.
Students interested in course descriptions and academic policies can check out our Undergraduate Catalog here.
The Foundational Core classes will give you a big-picture view of how your calling connects with God's purpose for your life, engaging with ideas that will demonstrate how God has given you certain talents and skills to bring healing to the world. You’ll become a well-versed individual, equipped with critical thinking skills, a lifelong love of learning, and an appreciation for God's creation.
Make the most of your time to grow into your own unique calling and identity during your time at Taylor University. Communication offers a streamlined course load at just 44 hours, so for students interested in earning a double major, Communication can be paired with majors such as Biblical Literature, History, Sociology and Anthropology, Psychology, Spanish, and others.
Each Communication student caps off his or her studies with an independent research project, an in-field practicum, and the development of a professional communication portfolio used for applying to graduate schools or jobs. Our majors move into the workplace equipped for team-building, public relations, and problem-solving, becoming leaders of non-profit organizations, elite public speakers, interpersonal and team-based communicators, and researchers.