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Undergraduate Resources

Academic Programs

Broadcasting

Journalism

Speech

General Education Requirements


If you need sequence sheets for catalog years prior to the ones listes, see Michelle Thies in ASH 140.

Academic Advising

The School of Communication (Broadcasting, Journalism - including News Editorial and Public Relations/Advertising - and Speech Communication) is a school within the College of Communication, Fine Arts and Media.

If you are an incoming transfer student with a minimum GPA of 2.25, you should begin by setting up an advising appointment with Chantel Asselin Dunn, (554-3244, WFAB 309), who will advise you on general education requirements and evaluate your transcripts.

All majors graduating from the College of Communication, Fine Arts and Media must fulfill the the CCFAM general education requirements.

Students who need classes other than college general education requirements may want to set up an advising appointment with a school of communication faculty member prior to enrolling. Faculty members are available to answer questions about the school, our programs, student organizations, and the requirements within your major. You will need to schedule the appointment with the faculty member by calling or e-mailing him/her, a secretary will not be able to do that for you.

Scholarships

Each year the school offers more than $50,000 in competitive scholarships. All undergraduates are encouraged to apply. By filling out the application form, you will be considered for all scholarships for which you are eligible.

Applications are due the first Monday in February each year.

Student Projects