“As one of the largest Colleges of Communications in the country, we are proud of our legacy of providing diverse students access to an affordable and top-quality education that leads to lifelong success. Our alumni have achieved great heights in a variety of prominent careers. Working closely with world-class faculty, our students earn degrees that provide them with the tools to act as ethical global citizens as they pursue their chosen professions.”
Edward J. Fink
College of Communications
Interim Associate Dean
Assistant Dean, Student Affairs
College Park 450
At the heart of an open society is the free flow of information. Messages and their delivery systems may change with the development of new technologies, but the need for trained communicators to gather, synthesize, verify and disseminate that information remains constant. Training these communication professionals is the mission of the College of Communications.
Academic programs in the College cover the full gamut of communications. Four departments deliver a comprehensive curriculum: Cinema and Television Arts; Communication Sciences and Disorders; Communications; and Human Communication Studies. These degree programs prepare students to work in all areas of communications and related fields in business, education, entertainment, government, health care, nonprofit, for profit and more.
Co-curricular opportunities offer additional immersive experiences, such as Comm Week, the Latino Communications Institute, the award-winning Daily Titan newspaper and Tusk magazine, Titan TV and Radio, OC News, Al Día, the PRactical ADvantage agency, forensics and debate, the speech and hearing clinic, professional internships, study abroad and a host of clubs and other activities.