Future Students

Future Students

The need for polished communicators is ever-present. We invite all future students to learn more about our rigorous program.

Students pursuing a degree in Communication prepare themselves for a broad range of employment opportunities in both the public and private sectors. The Communication Department Undergraduate Program offers the following degree track options: General Communication, Media Studies, Digital Filmmaking, Professional Communication (Organization, Strategic, Leadership), and Sports Communication. Students may also earn a General Communication degree completely online. The General Communication track allows students to prepare for a career in communication with courses tailored to the individual student’s interests and career objectives. Internship opportunities for advanced students are also available for certain tracks. To learn more about a degree in Communication, explore the resources below.

Resources

  • Career Information

    The field of Communication is a fast-changing and fascinating field of study that makes for one of the most versatile college majors. The Communication program allows you to learn about all aspects of human communication. Communication majors learn about how people communicate with each other, how to communicate effectively interpersonally, on an organizational level, or via the mass media, what mass media messages mean and how they impact individuals and society and, in the process, they also build skills that can open the door to many rewarding career opportunities.

    To learn more about how a degree in Communication could benefit you, check out the Career Information page.

  • FAQs

    Communication is a very exciting and growing area of study. If you are interested in a degree in Communication, take a look at our FAQs page and contact us if you have any questions.

  • Undergraduate Degree Options

    A Bachelor of Arts in Communication requires 36 credits in Communication courses, at least 18 of which must be upper-division (3000-level or higher). The Communication Department Undergraduate Program offers the following degree track options: General Communication, Media Studies, Digital Filmmaking, Professional Communication (Organization, Strategic, Leadership), and Sports Communication. Students may also earn a General Communication degree completely online. Follow the link to learn more about our Undergraduate program.

  • Apply to UCCS today!

    We believe UCCS could be the perfect fit for you, based on our award-winning academics, our awe-inspiring campus and the natural beauty of Colorado Springs. You’ll come away from UCCS with a University of Colorado degree, as well as a degree that will empower your career.