Integrated communication is a broad-based degree that provides skills and experiences highly desired by companies hiring the next generation of communication professionals. Integrated communication graduates work in fields including advertising, public relations, promotional marketing and other communication and business/nonprofit areas. The degree prepares students to engage audiences and deliver consistent and compelling messages across multiple media platforms.
Students in the Aurora University integrated communication program will gain foundational skills in professional speaking and writing as well as basic visual and media literacy knowledge. They will create innovative communication strategies and solve real-world problems by working collaboratively with faculty-practitioners and peers. The integrated communication program teaches an integrated way of thinking that balances cutting-edge digital technologies with tried-and-true best practices of effective oral, written and visual communication.
Students will complete a total of 40 semester hours, including foundation courses in writing and speaking as well as a variety of courses in communications and marketing.
View the complete program requirements for the Integrated Communication Adult Degree Completion major.