No matter what career you pursue, good communication is vital to success. At Florida College, Bachelor of Arts in Communication students have the opportunity to practice useful skills that apply to all career fields in an intimate, biblically-grounded environment. With classes ranging from Advanced Public Speaking to Writing for the Communication Professions—not to mention an internship component—students graduate with the communication skills needed to pursue an industry job or excel in another career.

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Specialize in Mass Media

Students can select classes within the communication curriculum to prepare them for a career in mass media. Classes such as Visual Communication and Production, History and Literacy of Cinema, Mass Communication and Society, Advanced Audio Production and more are available to students wishing to pursue this specialization.

Florida College Requirements - Communication

Required Hours 120
Minor Required? yes
Internship Required? yes
Entrance Requirements
  • Completion of the general education requirements – Minimum GPA 2.0
  • Successful completion of all requirements for Associate in Arts degree
  • Declaration of major through the Academic Advising Center
  • Selection and assigning of a communication program academic advisor
Sample Classes
  • PUR 3000 Public Relations
  • SPC 3311 Social Media for Professionals
  • SPC 3513 Argumentation and Debate
  • COM 3160 Writing for the Communication Professions
  • COM 3120 Organizational Communication

Careers After College

A communication degree from Florida College opens doors to several career paths, including: