Thank you for your interest in the Department of Communication at the University of New Hampshire. We invite all prospective students to learn more about the department, its faculty and students, and its major programs by exploring the following link Frequently Asked Questions and videos.
What is Communication as an academic field and how is it studied in the Department of Communication?
Learn more about Language and Social Interaction, one of the three areas of study in the Communication major.
Learn more about Media Studies, one of the three areas of study in the Communication major.
Learn more about Rhetoric, one of the three areas of study in the Communication major.
Major Requirements in the Communication major
There are two popular options for Communication majors: the Business Applications Option, which enables majors to take courses in Business Administration, and the Media Practices Option, in which students can take media productions classes.
This video contains some media production courses we offer, that can be taken as part of the Media Practices Option.
Academic Advising for Communication Majors
How does the internship program and experience work in our department?
Companies and organizations where Communication majors have interned recently.
CAMRA (The Collective for Advancing Multimodal Research Arts)is a student and faculty group in our department.
The Civil Discourse Lab (CDL) in partnership with the Communication faculty and students focuses on fostering civil conversations on difficult subjects.
Comm-entary, is our student run academic journal which publishes top quality student academic work.
Lambda Pi Eta (LPE) is the official communication studies honor society of the National Communiation Association (NCA).
Frequently asked questions for Prospective Students considering the Communication major.