Communication

Communication

Bachelor of Arts

NNU’s Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication provides a foundation in the many faces of communication including interpersonal, small group, and public communication. This prepares students for employment across many different industries.

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  • Dr. Donna M. Allen
  • (208) 467-8431
  • communication@nnu.edu
  • Pursue a career as a communication specialist in the public or private sector
  • Personalized to your area of greatest interest including business, ministry, marketing or psychology
  • Work closely with faculty mentors.

Communication

NNU's Bachelor of Arts in Communication is designed to allow students flexibility in building a major within the broad field of communication studies.  The BA will prepare students to become communication practitioners in a variety of industries and sectors. Prescribed core courses combined with student-selected electives will allow students to prepare for careers that require diverse communication skills. The combination of skills and knowledge will enable students to be effective communicators in groups and organizations; to use media effectively; and to influence communication processes in business, ministry, non-profit, and other settings.
Degree Details

Bachelor of Arts

Offered On Campus

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Career Avg. Salary
Media and Communication Occupations $46,320
Metropolitan and nonmetropolitan area occupational employment and wage estimates for the Boise area are sourced from U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

I learned how in-depth and diverse a communication major is, and how it has improved my ability to perceive and interact with others. Majoring in communication will not tie you to one specific field of study that may limit you from other disciplines; it will give you a head start in any job that you pursue as you apply what you learned to a specific setting.

Tori Hensley
BA Communications