– John Carpenter
Ever moving, ever changing, you are ready for a fast-paced career in social media and instant communication. Learn how to get creative in the evolving digital movement at TU. On-campus students get additional opportunities to use their education with WTUD, TU’s radio station and the Tystenac, TU’s student paper. You will always be on technology’s cutting edge, but know, that basic communication skills never change.
If you’re looking for a “people profession,” Tiffin University’s Communication Major might be the right fit for you. Among the many professions that hire graduates with a Communication degree are education, management, training, corporate communication, public relations, personnel, sales, media, advertising, journalism, law, marketing and politics. In fact, employers often identify communication skills as the most important (and yet often missing) in both entry-level and senior members of their organizations. At TU, we know what it takes to provide you with an education for the real world, so you won’t miss a step on your way toward real success.
The Communication Major at Tiffin University prepares you by teaching excellent public and interpersonal skills, a knowledge of communication, and offering specific in-depth education in Public Relations, Journalism or Electronic Media.
Core Curriculum of the School of Arts & Sciences 49 hours
Communication Major 24 hours
Concentration 15 hours
- CIT255 Internet and Website Development I
- CIT256 Internet and Website Development II
- COM329 Writing for Electronic Media
- COM350 Fundamentals of News Production
- COM441 Organizational Communication and Conflict Resolution
Total BA hours 121-123 hours
This is a sample course sequence to illustrate course offerings for this major. Consult the official Academic Bulletin for detailed registration and advising information.
On Campus - Offered in a 15-week semester format with start dates of January and August
Writing for Electronic Media (COM329) - Introduction to writing styles and techniques used in electronic media. Includes creating copy for advertising, promotion, and news and scripts for media programs. This is a writing intensive course.
Elements of News Production (COM350) - This course introduces students to news production techniques through participation as a staff member of the student newspaper. Students will explore reporting and writing news stories, photojournalism, copy editing, and layout and design of the newspaper in a multimedia format, using print and electronic platforms. Students will have the opportunity to create a portfolio of their work as well as learn transferable skills for a variety of employment settings. In addition, this course gives students the opportunity to learn problem-solving skills individually and in a group setting.