Bachelor of Science in Communication

Why study Communication at CIU?

There are so many ways to communicate these days: digital, print, photo, video, audio. And you can study all of them at most any college or university. But at Columbia International University, there is an added benefit: you are challenged to “Communicate Christ Creatively.” Now that doesn’t mean that you’re only going to learn to tell Bible stories. You might do that. But there are so many careers in communication these days that need the touch of the Christian communicator. You could be one of them.

Your Next Step

Review our course requirements and begin the application process.

Career and Ministry Opportunities for Communication Graduates

In the CIU Communication program you’ll build a foundation for careers in computer technology, digital media production, public relations, photography, broadcasting, marketing, advertising, media writing and editing, news writing, customer service, missions, and church-related ministries.

Degree Program Faculty

Ken Rife, Communication/Digital Media Production Professor at CIU

Ken Rife

Professor of Communication/Digital Media Production

A.A., Southwest Virginia Community College; B.A. Radford University; M.A., Regent University; Ph.D., Regent University

 

Dan Delozier, Communication Program Director

Daniel F. DeLozier

Professional Studies Division Chair, Communication Program Director

B.S., Lancaster Bible College; M.S., Temple University; Ed.D., Temple University

 

Format
On Campus