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Bachelor of Arts in

Organizational Communication

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Earn Your Bachelor's in Two Years or Less.

The Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Communication at the University of Findlay is designed for students who seek to acquire verbal, written, and digital communication talents necessary to help any organization in the 21st century thrive. Students wanting to advance in business corporations, bring about meaningful change in non-profits, and serve their local communities should consider the impact having the skills found in the Organizational Communication major will have on their futures.

Program Goals

To ensure our students are prepared to succeed in any organization, the program goals of the Organizational Communication are:

  1. Professionally present information to diverse audiences in face-to-face settings and digital media.
  2. Compose multimodal communication for personal and professional audiences.
  3. Inform and persuade audiences using the best practices of marketing, journalism, and strategic communication.
  4. Mediate conflict in interpersonal and organizational communication.
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    Coursework you complete on your own schedule

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    $482 a credit hour

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    Supportive & Experienced Faculty

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    100% online bachelor's degree

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Admission Requirements

  • Apply online at www.​findlay.edu/admissions/apply.
  • Cumulative High School GPA 2.5
  • ACT score of 20 or SAT score of 950. Students unable to take the ACT or SAT due to COVID-19 closing testing centers, the following criteria will be used: 1. An Academic Letter of Recommendation; 2. A graded writing sample of previous academic work; 3. An interview with University Admissions personnel;

International students entering the University of Findlay’s undergraduate program must submit a TOEFL (iBT) score of at least 61, an IELTS score of at least 6.0, a Pearson Test of English (academic) of at least 50, or an International Test of English Proficiency (iTEP) of at least 3.5. International students whose medium of instruction was in English at the secondary and/or post-secondary levels may apply for exemption from this requirement. Students, who do meet these language requirements, may study in the University of Findlay’s Intensive English Program (IELP) prior to beginning their academic studies. Successful completion of the IELP waives the TOEFL, IELTS, Pearson Test of English (academic), and/or iTEP requirement.

Why studying communication is the right choice for your education?

Visit the National Communication Association’s Resource Center for more information on:

Strengthen Your Resume with Communication and Business

Forbes in 2018 detailed why all employees should have communication training and in 2021 declared communication key to creating an open and diverse work environment.

More than ever, businesses need employees with critical and creative communication skills, and the all-online programs at the University of Findlay are designed to help students stand out as communication experts. Double majoring in Organizational Communication and Business with an emphasis in either Management or Marketing can be a wise and strategic choice for students who aim for leadership positions in their careers.

Sample of Classes You Will Look Forward to Taking

COMM 216: Interpersonal Communication
COMM 218: Intercultural Communication
COMM 255: Political Communication
HRMT 340: Training and Development Systems
COMM 385: Digital & Professional Speaking
COMM 413: Persuasion
MRKT 477: Advertising and Public Relations
BUAD 492: Business and Society

Diversity & Inclusion

Studying diversity is a major consideration of any communication degree as is the fight for fairness in representation and inclusion. For information on diversity and inclusion in field of communication in college and beyond, visit the Broadcast Education Association’s Diversity and Inclusion Resource Center.

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