Salt Lake Community College

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Communication Studies


Fees Detail

YEAR 1 YEAR 2 YEAR 3
Course Fees 42034 42034 42034
Enrollment Fee 300(Student Activity fee) 300 300
Health Services Fee 536(Technology fee) 536 536
Total Fees 42870 42870 42870

DESCRIPTION

All employers seek candidates with communication skills. The versatile major of communication studies opens the door to many different career paths and provides you with the tools necessary to become an effective communicator in all aspects of your life. "Advertising & Public Relations" - Learn the basics of integrated marketing communications (IMC), from targeting audiences to understanding the strengths and weaknesses of clients and the competition. Introductory courses in public relations and advertising are complemented by an IMC writing workshop and IMC campaigns class, in addition to social media, organizational communication, and event planning classes. Students are also encouraged to take advantage of the many leadership opportunities in Widener’s PRSSA chapter. "Broadcasting" - Gain practical experience in front of the camera, on the microphone, and behind-the-scenes in our state-of-the art television studio and production suites. Students learn how to write and produce broadcast news from our adjunct instructor, NBC10’s Tim Furlong. Students with an interest in radio can practice their craft using ProTools in our state-of-the-art production suite. Broadcasting students are encouraged to complement their coursework by working with the campus television studio, Widener TV, or Widener’s streaming radio station, Widecast. "Graphic Design" - Study the principles of design and their application to tell stories using visual communication. Typography, space, color, and balance are all explored in print and digital media. Courses in digital photography, web design, and layout & design provide a foundation of visual storytelling. Advanced classes in digital imaging and interactive video provide students even more design opportunities. Students are encouraged to put their skills to work on The Blue & Gold, the student multimedia news site. "Film Studies" - Students learn cinematography, storytelling, and editing and create pieces using industry-standard equipment. Students find their storytelling voices in screenwriting and directing classes. They have opportunities to take their filmmaking skills to a higher level through editing class and learn sound and color correction and more in classes like Visual Effects for Film and Television. Check out film studies’ alumnus Danny Corey’s ’07 YouTube Channel. "Multimedia Journalism" - Write, edit, and disseminate different kinds of stories through various multimedia platforms. Learn the basics of journalism, as well as how to write for broadcast platforms. Specialized journalism writing classes in feature writing prepare students to write across media platforms, from magazines to websites, blogs to newspapers. Students are strongly encouraged to take additional classes in editing and to put their skills to use with The Blue & Gold, Widener’s student media site.

Department

Social Sciences

Department Description
As the 21st century takes shape, students majoring in one of the social sciences are especially poised to make sense of the complex environment and prepared to pursue successful careers in business, government, or the nonprofit sectors. Social science majors are also well prepared to pursue graduate study in law or a range of behavioral sciences.

Duration:
3 years

Institute:
College of Arts & Sciences

Institute Description:
Widener’s diverse range of undergraduate course offerings can prepare you for your future career. Our programs encourage you to explore all of your interests and broaden your academic strengths and leadership abilities in the process. As a student in the College of Arts & Sciences, you will experience the cornerstones of a Widener education, which include hands-on learning, civic engagement, global awareness, and the development of leadership skills. Combined with small class sizes, state-of-the-art facilities, and professors who know and care about you, you’ll get a jump start on your life and career.

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