Communication Studies at Kent State StarkThe School of Communication Studies offers a bachelor's degree program with six concentrations: applied communication, global communication, health communication, interpersonal communication, organizational communication and public communication. Each of these concentrations differ in their focus, but all of them are rooted in a foundational understanding of how, why and with what effects humans interact with one another.
Communication Studies at Kent State Stark
Students can complete all requirements for the B.A. in Communication Studies in these three concentrations at Kent State Stark:
Communication Studies Concentrations - Finish at the Kent CampusStudents can begin coursework at the Stark Campus before transitioning to the Kent Campus to finish these concentrations.
Communication Studies Minors at Kent State Stark
Students can complete all requirements for the following Communication Studies minors at Kent State Stark:
The curriculum provides humanistic and social scientific orientations for those seeking to participate in communication-related professions in business, the media, government, law, sales and the like, or to pursue graduate education.
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Attention Stark State students!
Dr. Erin Hollenbaugh interviews recent
Communication Studies graduates:
Administrative Assistant to the
Honorable Taryn L. Heath
Stark County Court of Common Pleas
Multicultural Recruitment Coordinator
The University of Mount Union
Project Manager & Online Marketing
Sanctuary Media Group
2012 Kent State Stark Communication
Studies Senior Scholars
Kent State Stark students from Lisa Waite's Organizational Training & Development class facilitated a communication training seminar with Joanne Murray and the Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Festival staff.