B.S. in Communication: Communication
Residential Communication Concentration
Regardless of the field, most jobs today require three skills — critical thinking, writing, and presentation.
Refine these essential skills and graduate ready to contribute to today’s job market with a Bachelor of Science in Communication.
Communicators are confident and prepared to change culture, organizations, and lives. In Liberty’s Department of Strategic and Personal Communication, we encourage innovation, resilience, and a commitment to Christian values.
Explore topics like narrative storytelling and performance, argumentation, crisis communication, Christian ministry communication, political rhetoric, as well as leadership and organizational communication.
Learn How To:
- Develop communication strategies that will inspire and motivate audiences
- Connect with audiences of varying sizes and demographics
- Logically defend your position in front of an audience
- Create successful customer service environments
- Problem solve with organizations, leading change and crisis communication initiatives
Academics: Communication Concentration
120 credit hours
Program of Study (DCPs)
View Liberty’s undergraduate admissions requirements
Courses You Could Take
- Communication & Popular Culture (SCOM 210)
- Essentials of Customer Service (SCOM 358)
- Human Communication in a Technological Age (SCOM 410)
- Event Planning & Comm. Coordination (SCOM 430)
- Crisis Communication & Negotiation (SCOM 490)
- Argumentation (SCOM 335)
Careers You Could Have
- Fundraising/Development Coordinator
- Community Relations employee
- Public Affairs staff
- Communications Director
- Communication Analyst
- Public Relations Associate