Ba in communication rhetoric in University of pittsburgh
Communication majors examine questions about society, communication, and persuasion in ways that combine the best of the ancient liberal arts tradition with critical attention to the newest media technologies. Our faculty offer diverse perspectives on the role of communication, media, and rhetoric in our lives through courses such as persuasion, argument, interpersonal communication, political rhetoric, rhetoric of science, nonverbal communication, history of media, media criticism, and television and society.
A review of the overall academic record, Extracurricular Activities, Short Answer Questions and Letters of Recommendation,
The Department of Communication's graduates hold important positions in industry, education, media, government, law, and other professions. An understanding of communication as a human activity, makes the department's graduates attractive candidates when seeking employment or obtaining admission to graduate programs.