Learn how television and radio broadcasts are made - from rough drafts to final cuts - in the broadcast media program.
Leadership & Communication
Learn how programs in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences (CHaSS) can lead to careers in the areas of Leadership and Communications. Meet virtually with advisors and faculty as we answer questions about majors in Communication Studies, Languages,Literature, Creative Writing, Professional and Technical Writing, Public Relations, and Social Media.
Related Majors and Emphasis
Develop reading, speaking, listening, and writing skills alongside language and cultural proficiency that will allow you to be a successful member of the global community.
A well-rounded education in speech communication and its related areas, including courses in debate, conflict resolution, public speaking, and more.
Read, write, and workshop original creative fiction and nonfiction work with your fellow students as you gain practical skills to launch your creative writing career.
Learn the tradition and perspectives of French-speaking communities while developing reading, writing, listening and speaking skills.
The General English option offers Statewide Campus students a broad range of courses across all areas of the English department.
Develop German language skills that are highly sought after by employers. Learn about tradition and perspectives, business, and translation.
Learn about other cultures and become prepared to work and communicate effectively in an increasingly more global environment.
Learn the value of storytelling as you practice the writing, speaking, research, teamwork, and critical-thinking skills that prepare you for a career that matters.
Reflect on your role as a citizen of the U.S. and the world and gain an understanding of government, politics, and political philosophy.
Study the Portuguese language while gaining an appreciation for its culture while becoming an active member of a global society.
You can earn your print journalism degree completely online and learn to ethically and effectively tell stories while taking care of family, working, or traveling the world.
Build stories that help people understand their communities and the world around them. Learn to enlighten, entertain and dig for details.
Develop skills to manage public perception of organizations, gain professional experience and prepare for careers in image building and media relations.
This program lays a foundation of theory and ethics to help build competent and creative social media professionals.
Master the world’s second-most spoken language! Uncover cultural, social, and literary trends of the Spanish-speaking world, and understand the world from a global perspective.
Develop your professional communication skills with an emphasis on current techniques relating to technology.
The Japanese minor at USU provides students with the tools necessary for advanced Japanese language and culture study.
Supplement your major with knowledge of the culture and peoples of Latin America while becoming a responsible member of the international community.
With courses ranging from language’s role in religion to second language acquisition, students will gain an appreciation of language and the societies they come from.
Gain an appreciation for the culture of the Arabic world while studying the language of the region.
Learn to work with non-profits, government bodies and corporations while developing effective communication techniques.
Supplement your major course study with study of the Russian language and its culture.
Deepen your understanding of effective communication through seminars, research and internship opportunities.
The MA/MS in English with a Specialization in Creative Writing allows students to do advanced work in poetry, fiction, or creative nonfiction.
Work in a cohort to examine and analyze literature, cultural expression, and rhetorical argumentation's effect on the world.
The Master of Second Language Teaching (MSLT) is an innovative, interdisciplinary master's degree program with a strong practical emphasis.
Focus your studies and participate in professional seminars while deepening your knowledge of technical communication
Become an expert on facilitating action through effective, persuasive, or intentionally rhetorical communication.
The Archiving and Public Programming certificate provides professionalization and skills for those seeking employment in public, state, and non-profit institutions.
Become a spacemaker so you can discuss, manage and diffuse conflict in personal and professional environments.
The Digital Writing and Publication certificate program introduces students to competencies required to begin producing written work in a digital format.
Supplement your major and minor studies with an understanding of historical and contemporary causes of conflicts and efforts to create peace.
Develop the competencies required to participate in effective interfaith cooperation and gain an appreciation for the many ways religion influences life.
Supplement your major study by learning about and developing skills relating to nonprofit and corporate social change efforts.