Communication - Bachelor of Science
2019-20 Four-Year Plan

Freshman
First TermHoursSecond TermHours
ENGL 110C (Grade of C or better required)3Interpreting the Past3
Human Creativity (May not use COMM 270A / THEA 270A)3Mathematical Skills: STAT 130M Required3
Human Behavior (COMM 200S may not be used)3Information Literacy and Research3
Elective or Language and Culture I (May be waived; See requirement details)3Elective or Language and Culture II (May be waived; See requirement details)3
COMM 101R3COMM 2603
 15 15
Sophomore
First TermHoursSecond TermHours
ENGL 211C or 221C (Grade of C or better required)3Literature3
Nature of Science I4Nature of Science II4
Philosophy and Ethics3Impact of Technology (Can be met with COMM 372T)3
COMM Elective*3Foundation Course in Emphasis Area*3
COMM 200S3COMM 3023
 16 16
Junior
First TermHoursSecond TermHours
Foundation course in Emphasis Area*3Applied Theories course in Emphasis Area*3
Applied Theories course in Emphasis Area*3Applied Theories course in Emphasis Area*3
Applied Theories course in Emphasis Area*3Applied Theories course in Emphasis Area*3
300/400-level Social Science course*3300/400-level Social Science course*3
Upper-Division General Education Course or Minor*3Upper-Division General Education Course or Minor*3
 15 15
Senior
First TermHoursSecond TermHours
Applied Theories course in Emphasis Area*3Elective courses (Or Professional Communication elective courses if choose Professional Communication concentration)*9
COMM Elective*3Elective course*1
COMM Writing Intensive Course*3Minor or Elective*3
Elective course (Or Professional Communication elective course if choose Professional Communication concentration)*3 
Minor or Elective*3 
 15 13
Total credit hours: 120

*This is a suggested curriculum plan to complete this degree program in four years.  Please consult information in this Catalog, Degree Works, and your academic advisor for more specific information on course requirements for this degree.