Create meaning and shape society as an excellent communicator
Pfeiffer University’s department of communications equips students to pursue exciting careers in journalism, advertising, business and other fields.
Our undergraduate communication program won’t just teach you theories of communication. Instead, you’ll learn how to apply them effectively in a rapidly changing world. The program equips you to apply excellent oral, written and technological communication skills to a vibrant professional role or graduate school program.
The Pfeiffer communication program requires a minimum investment of 120 semester hours. Lower division coursework is composed of 80 credit hours. The remaining 40 credit hours include 22 hours taken in the communication core and 18 hours of communication electives. Communication students choose from three areas of concentration: digital media, journalism, or professional communication.
Communication students complete their internship requirement at area:
- TV and radio stations
- Nonprofit organizations
After completing the bachelor of communication degree, Pfieffer graduates pursue careers in a variety of areas, including:
- Social media
- Media relations