Dennis Cunningham, art faculty, created 24 original block prints to illustrate The Osage Orange Tree, a rare work by William Stafford, to be published January 14, 2014.
Society transforms itself and cultural communities bridge their differences through communication. The knowledge, competence and mastery of human communication is essential for success in every professional and social setting.
In the BA in Communication program, you learn to listen, reason, question, present and persuade in a more responsive, informed and effective manner.
Contemporary communication is complicated by the advancing pace and reach of information technologies. Marylhurst offers coursework to help meet these challenges, in seminar-style and Web-supported classes — the ideal surroundings for practicing and honing communication skills.
The BA in Communication degree requirements offer two concentration paths: advocacy & relational communication or training & development. You also have the option of designing an individualized major.