Communication Education

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This degree opens the door for a rewarding career in teaching and directing Speech/Theatre programs at the secondary school level (grades 6-12). It leads to licensure in the State of Kansas and graduates may apply for a license in other states as well. Graduates of this program are qualified to teach speech communication, mass media, theatre, debate, and forensics.

About Communication Department

The department offers the Bachelor of Science (B.S.), the Bachelor of Science in Education (B.S.E.), and the Master of Arts (M.A.) degrees within a collaborative and collegial environment. Our top-ranked faculty are highly active in their professions and stress the importance of fusing theory with applied skill. Our majors number more than 250 spread across the 5 emphasis areas of human communication, media production, multimedia production, strategic communication and theatre. The department stresses an integrated and active approach to learning. Please explore our website and let us know if there any questions we can answer for you. 

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