Union University

Department of Communication Arts

Department of Communication Arts

Students majoring in communication arts will, in their area of concentration, understand the theories, principles, and history of communicating arts; demonstrate competency in written, oral, and visual communication skills; and demonstrate knowledge of the impact on society. READ MORE

The Communication Arts Department offers a wide range of courses designed to meet the complex and significant theoretical and communication skill requirements in its respective professional fields.

The Department is affiliated with several organizations and programs that enhance student learning: the Los Angeles Film Studies Center, American Studies Program, Washington Journalism Center, the Southwestern Photojournalism Conference, the Southeastern Photojournalism Conference, the International Public Debate Association, the Public Relations Student Society of America, the Radio-Television News Directors Association, the International Digital Media and Arts Association, the Tennessee Theatre Arts Conference and the Southeastern Theatre Conference. Faculty encourage participation in regional and national conferences.

Communication Arts majors are not allowed to double major or double minor within the department. Non-Communication Arts majors may double minor in the department except in the areas of Journalism, Public Relations, and Broadcast Journalism.

Faculty

Instructional Staff

Programs of Study

Please see the Academic Catalogue descriptions for more details and a listing of minors.

Student Organizations

The Communication Arts Department sponsors several student organizations designed to promote achievement within the field of communication arts. Majors and minors are extremely encouraged to become involved in organizations of his or her choice.

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10/1/14 - Estragon, portrayed by Nick Fleming, and Vladimir, portrayed by Matthew Wallace, believe that Godot is finally coming to meet them in a scene from
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Estragon, portrayed by Nick Fleming, and Vladimir, portrayed by Matthew Wallace, believe that Godot is finally coming to meet them in a scene from "Waiting for Godot." - Emily Stookey

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10/1/14 - Matthew Wallace performs the role of Vladimir and speaks with Zach Lancaster, who is a worker for Godot, in the Union University Players' performance of
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Matthew Wallace performs the role of Vladimir and speaks with Zach Lancaster, who is a worker for Godot, in the Union University Players' performance of "Waiting for Godot." - Emily Stookey

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10/1/14 - Estragon, played by Nick Fleming, and Vladimir, portrayed by Matthew Wallace, help Lucky, played by Samuel Edgren, stay on his feet with the unwanted assistance of Pozzo, portrayed by Christian Al-Hagal, in a scene from
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Estragon, played by Nick Fleming, and Vladimir, portrayed by Matthew Wallace, help Lucky, played by Samuel Edgren, stay on his feet with the unwanted assistance of Pozzo, portrayed by Christian Al-Hagal, in a scene from "Waiting for Godot." - Emily Stookey

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10/1/14 - Pozzo, played by Christian Al-Hagal is the master of Lucky, portrayed by Samuel Edgren, in
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Pozzo, played by Christian Al-Hagal is the master of Lucky, portrayed by Samuel Edgren, in "Waiting for Godot." - Emily Stookey

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Contact Information
Course Schedules
Undergraduate Catalogues (.pdf)
Undergraduate Areas of Study
  • Broadcast Journalism
  • Communication Studies
  • Digital Media Communications
  • Digital Media Studies
  • Film Studies
  • Journalism
  • Photojournalism
  • Public Relations
  • Speech
  • Theatre
  • Theatre and Speech*

  • * Teacher Licensure Available
  • # This major is available also with Discipline-Specific Honors

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