Connected areas of study. Students gain a wide range of knowledge from interconnected areas of study including interpersonal communication, rhetoric and public address, and media and internet studies.
Documentary film creation. With a small student to faculty ratio it means every student can make their own documentary with some past projects even being submitted to film festivals.
Journalism with a liberal arts focus. Employers want graduates with a variety of knowledge on topics, which often are those that have studied in a liberal arts setting like Luther.
From teaching a study abroad course in New Zealand about sports to covering the significant of superheroes in pop culture, our professors explore a wide range of topics.Meet the Professors
Luther helps match communication majors with internships at businesses, newspapers, magazines, radio stations, educational organizations, and various nonprofit organizations.Explore Internships
When preparing for a career in journalism, it's important to gain a broad awareness of the modern world. This is the aim of the liberal arts education.Learn More
KWLC is one of the oldest continuously operating college radio stations in the country and still today provides hands-on experience for students interested in radio.Listen Live