Communication

Communication

Bachelor of Science

NNU’s Bachelor of Science in Communication prepares you for career opportunities as a communication specialist in organizations, corporations, and public service. Specialized research prepares you for work,  graduate studies, or law school.

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  • Dr. Donna M. Allen
  • (208) 467-8431
  • communication@nnu.edu
  • 100% acceptance rate of undergraduate communication students who apply to graduate school or law school
  • Work closely with faculty mentors
  • Conduct hands-on research in field of communication within area of personal interest

Communication

A Bachelor of Science in Communication prepares you for career opportunities as a communication specialist in organizations, corporations, and public service. Additionally, the degree allows you to specialize in research as you prepare for graduate studies or law school.
The BS in Communication provides an understanding of communication processes with an emphasis on how communication affects relationships across societal contexts. You will gain an understanding of the processes of human communication which shape relationships, groups and organizations; persuade and entertain individuals; and that influence public opinion, media use, attitude and behavioral change. There is a strong focus on research and theory. You can use this training to assume leadership positions in non-profit, government, and industry sectors as well as prepare for law school, graduate work or professions with a strong research emphasis.
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Bachelor of Science

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The best part about our campus is that at NNU it’s never just “U” (you). I have found an amazing group of friends to share this journey of growth with and have really felt the community as I’d hoped.

Aliya Hartney
BS Communication