Department of Communication Studies
Mon-Fri, 8:30a.m. - 5p.m.
Communication is an individual's most distinct and significant behavior and is the building block of literacy; the ability to speak and write clearly, eloquently, and effectively has been recognized as the hallmark of an educated person since the beginning of recorded history.
The Communication Studies Department views communicative behavior as central to human activity: to individual development, to interpersonal relationships, and to the functioning of political, economic, cultural, and social institutions.