Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies

The flexibility of a communication degree will allow students to pursue careers that span interpersonal, organizational and public relations settings, including: sales and promotional trainer, human resource manager, market researcher, events coordinator, public information officer, technical writing, corporate communication director and more. This online degree option will help students enhance their marketability in today's professional environment through the integration of theory and practice and the development of relational and organizational communication skills. Individuals who are proficient communicators are more valuable in contemporary organizations that are increasingly global, team-based, and feature flatter hierarchical structure.

Delivery Method


Admission Requirements

EIU's standard transfer admissions requirements: 24-30 semester hours with a 2.0 GPA

Transfer Policy

Students can transfer up to 71 hours.

Special Characteristics


Due to the current COVID-19 / Coronavirus pandemic, the University Center

is closed until further notice.

Students should contact their respective universities to learn about alternative or online instruction methods

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