The Department of Communication at Huntington University offers three areas of study that will prepare you academically and professionally for a career in communication or for further studies at the graduate level.
Communication students at Huntington University choose from three majors:
In addition, the Digital Media Arts Department offers related programs in radio & television broadcasting, film production, film studies, and animation.
Our program covers communication in its multifaceted dimensions — from nonverbal communication to the rhetoric of race; discourse analysis to public speaking and persuasion; conflict studies to media criticism; broadcast writing to public relations crisis management; cross-cultural communication to writing the journalistic news story and feature story; and the history of mass communication to principles of communicating in organizations.
Our graduates forge successful careers in a wide range of media-based jobs — in public relations, radio and television, journalism — and in a wide variety of non-media areas that use communication as the central tool for accomplishing objectives — such as human resources, intercultural ministry and missions, information management, event coordination, and teaching.Our students also are well prepared for further studies in graduate school.
Come visit us!
Consider visiting us during our fall semester or spring semester Communication Visit Day (usually in late October and early March).
Each class you take at HU has Christ at its core.
Broadcast-Fusion Media @ HU
Learn radio or TV (in front or behind the camera) in our broadcast-fusion media program.
Huntington University has hired Adam Widener as Visiting Instructor of Digital Media Arts/Broadcast Fusion Media. He will start in his new position in the fall of 2015.
Widener, a 2009 Huntington University graduate, holds a bachelor’s degree in broadcasting. He worked as a multimedia journalist at WANE-TV NewsChannel since March 2010. Widener was the station’s first multimedia journalist, meaning he handled the responsibilities of shooting, writing, editing and presenting his own…
He had no fear. Kyle Wood came in to the classroom ready and prepared. His supervising teacher gave him the reigns. Kyle gazed to the students sitting in front of him and smirked, thinking --- “I’ve got this.” “I remember for the first several days, I was flying solo,” Kyle said, referencing his student teaching experience. “My supervising teacher told me the students would not give me…