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Communication

Communication

The Department of Communication offers students the opportunity to study both mediated (electronic or print media) and non-mediated (organizational, interpersonal, small group) communication.

The program emphasizes both theoretical knowledge and practical skills. Faculty blends strong academic preparation with real world experiences at print media, broadcast and other organizations. Smaller classroom sizes provide students with personal attention from the instructor and allows for a more engaged discussion with their peers.

Quick Snapshot

Campus Location
Chicago
Length of Program
4 years
Courses per Semester
Average of 5 courses
Total Number of Courses
37 courses


Saint Xavier's communication program is offered through the Chicago campus where students can choose from a variety of courses that will best fit their academic and career goals. The communication major can be completed in four years by taking the 25 required general education courses, plus 12 major-specific courses at an average of 5 courses per semester.

Programs of Study

The Department of Communication offers a range of programs that fit the needs of not only communication majors but also the needs of general education students. The department offers a major in communication with three concentration options including: strategic communication, media communication and sports communication. The department also offers a minor in communication.

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Student Spotlight

Mike Griffin

Michael Griffin
Sports Communication

"My time in the Department of Communication at Saint Xavier was a special time to me. These past four years have developed me into a more educated student and have prepared me for the future. The small class sizes allowed me to have more one-on-one time with the professors. I spent a lot of time creating both audio and video projects such as podcasts and mini documentaries."