Majors

Communication, Media & Culture

Our Communication, Media & Culture major equips you to bring God into the marketplace of ideas.

A biblical worldview is the basis of the Communication, Media & Culture major at Bryan College, since without such a worldview, there would be no freedom to speak, write, debate, and engage the culture and media. Undergirded by this worldview, this major provides in-depth instruction in both the theoretical and practical aspects of Communication. The program will inform, inspire, and equip you to effectively and strategically communicate the truth and transforming power of Christ through traditional means, as well as the internet — including social media.

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Options

Our 47-hour Communication, Media & Culture program provides you with significant practical instruction for a career in corporate communication, digital media, or the career path of your choice. Tailor your degree to your interests.

Corporate Communication

The Corporate Communication option equips you to work in profit and non-profit organizations with an accompanying skill set which includes management, leadership, conflict resolution, presentations, public relations, and sales.

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Digital Media

The Digital Media option allows you to develop writing, researching, interviewing, and reporting skills in both traditional print (newspaper/magazine) and electronic formats including social media.

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Foundation

The broad and inclusive Foundation option allows you to tailor your program to fit your personal career goals.

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Preparing you explore personal and career communication possibilities

Our faculty is committed to providing an academically rigorous program of study that allows you to explore communication through the lens of a Christian worldview. You can learn to speak at a professional level via one of speech labs. The school's newspaper and other writing opportunities will train you how to use different formats to connect with various audiences, and our instruction in digital and film media, corporate communication, and social media with graphic design can help you take the lead in crafting content for future employers.

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Why study Communication at Bryan?

Bryan College, specifically the Department of Communication, Media, and Culture, provides you with hands-on experience in digital media, corporate communication, and film emphasis. You will have opportunities to the contribute to the college's news site – via photography, video, and media writing – as well as develop projects for corporate communication and serve in internship positions around the region.

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