Exploring interpersonal communication, rhetoric, and media through the liberal arts.

Why Study Communication Studies at Luther?

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. Employees want graduates with a variety of knowledge on topics, which often are those that have studied in a liberal arts setting like Luther.

Why Study Communication Studies?

A professor and student discuss a collaborative research project.

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A student presents during speech class.
Students visit China Daily Studio while on the study abroad trip Media and Journalism in China.
A communication studies senior presents her speech during the annual Student Research Symposium.
Professor Derek Sweet lectures to students in his communication studies course.
Professor and students in a class discussion while on the study abroad course Sport, Media, and Society in New Zealand.

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