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Communication Studies: Concentration

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Elevate your leadership and expand your impact as you master the art of communication.

Student-Led Media Platforms
The Vision (magazine). The Vision Online (website). WNGR ‘The Vibe’ (radio). And Vision-48 News (television). Four incredible programs – countless opportunities to master your craft.
Intern Partnerships
You need an internship. We’ve got options! Locally. Nationally. Even globally. Take advantage of our extensive network as you prepare to launch your career.
Explore nine diverse electives designed to fit your personal career path. From social media and public relations, to the art of persuasion and influence. Customize your studies to fuel your future.

Everything Depends on Communication

Business. Ministry. Education. Journalism. Politics. Entertainment. Healthcare. Media. (You get the picture!) From family dinners to Fortune 500 companies, the world depends on communication.

Every achievement, every triumph, and every breakthrough began with someone’s ability to communicate clearly. Learn to lead, motivate, transform, inspire, and empower others. All through a Bachelor’s of Arts degree in Strategic Communication with a concentration in communication studies.

Experience Learning On Campus & Around the World

You Learn – You Lead

Write for the Vision Magazine. Contribute photography, videography, and graphic design for the Vision Online. Fine-tune your radio voice with WNGR ‘The Vibe’. Hone your broadcasting skills with NGU’s Vision-48 television news program. Explore countless possibilities and expand your talents – all in one place.  




Internships without Limits

More than 200 local, national, and international organizations have hosted NGU students for internship experiences. Many students even gain employment through their internship before they graduate. That’s the power of NGU’s elevated network – at work for you. 


Communicate Beside Experienced & Faithful Story Tellers

Web Drake, PhD
Dean, College of Communication & Fine Arts
Randall E. King, PhD
Associate Dean, School of Communication
Heather Kunselman
Academic Secretary
Kelechi Benet, MFA
Assistant Professor, Communication
Lara Jackson, MS
Instructor, Mass Communication
Karyn Campbell, PhD
Assistant Professor, Communication
Shurajit Gopal, PhD
Assistant Professor, Broadcasting
Andrew W. Stevens, DMin
Associate Professor, Communication
Ansley Welchel, APR
Instructor, Communication
John W. Williford, Jr., PhD
Assistant Professor, Communication

A Clear Path to Study Communication

  • Communication Year 1

    Year 1 Example Courses

    • English Composition & Literature
    • Old Testament/New Testament Survey
    • Christian Worldview
    • Communication for Life
    • Intro to Information Technology
    • Concepts of Physical Fitness & Wellness
  • Communication Year 2

    Year 2 Example Courses

    • English Course
    • Natural Science Course
    • Fine Arts Course
    • Foreign Language Course
    • Interpersonal Communication
    • Oral Communication
    • Communication Strategies
    • Cross Cultural Communication
    • Open Elective
  • Communication Year 3

    Year 3 Example Courses

    • Social Science Course
    • Foreign Language Course
    • Interactive Communication
    • Small Group Communication
    • Communication Electives
    • Open Electives
  • Communication Year 4

    Year 4 Example Courses

    • Communication Theory
    • Communication Research
    • Communication Electives
    • Communication Internship
    • Communication Seminar
    • Open Electives

Elevate Your Perspective

You’ll also take Chapel every semester, and Cultural Events for the first four semesters. You earn credit through attendance, and each course counts as half a credit. This is the NGU difference, how you find your peak performance and elevate your perspective, intellectually, emotionally, and spiritually.

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