Minor in Professional Communication
Students can complement their current major with the professional communication minor by building their knowledge and ability to communicate across multiple platforms. Adapt with agility to our continually evolving local contexts and global framework with this foundational minor.
Communication is intrinsic to the people-first change sought within organizations and communities. Learn more about the vital role communication plays across all applications and disciplines through this minor.
The Professional Communication Minor requires 18 total units: completion of 9 units of required courses and 9 additional units of elective courses. At least 12 units must be upper-level courses (300-400 level). The department will accept up to 6 units of compatible transfer courses toward the minor. A maximum of 3 units can be shared between this minor and a student's major.
The Pass grading option is not available for courses applicable toward the minor and all courses that will be counted toward the minor must be passed with a C or better grade.
|COMM 131||PUBLIC SPEAKING||3|
|COMM 315||BUSIN & PROF COMM||3|
|or BUSX 301||BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS|
|COMM 490||INTERNSHIP IN COMMUNICATION STUDIES||3|
|ADV PUBL SPEAKNG|
|ADVOCACY & ARGUMENT|
|COMMUNICATION TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT|
|TOPICS IN LEADERSHIP AND ORGANIZATIONAL COMMUNICATION|
|TECHNICAL AND SCIENTIFIC WRITING|
|GRANT AND ADVOCACY WRITING|
|EDITING AND DIGITAL PUBLISHING|
|TOPICS IN WRITING|