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The Communication Arts minor adds value to any degree by giving you the interpersonal and communication skills employers want most. You’ll study the broad foundation of today’s most important communication principles, while also having the opportunity to focus your courses to give you a competitive edge in industry.
Perhaps you are a Biological Sciences major who wants to communicate about public health using media writing or video making; a Computer Information Systems major who wants soft skills in interpersonal communication; a Business major who needs to learn the ins and outs of social media; or a Homeland Security major who needs to develop strategic and crisis communication skills. Whatever your major, a minor in Communication Arts will add value to your degree.
The Communication Arts minor requires the completion of five courses (20 credits), as listed below. An overall average of 2.0 in minor courses is required, with no individual grade lower than a C-. Students should work with their advisors to insure that any prerequisites for 500-level courses have been met, or that permission to enter the course has been granted by the course instructor.
Courses used to satisfy general education (Discovery Courses) requirements may also be used to satisfy Communication Arts minor requirements.
Select any two courses, as long as they are NOT from the same category.
Select any three 500 level CA courses, except CA 501. Note: Students who use CA 502 as a “breadth” course may not use it as a “depth” course.
For more information contact Jeff Klenotic, minor supervisor, at 603-641-4130.
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