Organizational and Relational Communication Comprehensive

Degree: Bachelor of Science
Program: Organizational and Relational Communication Comprehensive
Degree Level: Undergraduate
Credit Hours: 45 credit hours (33 credit hours of required Organizational Communication Courses and 12 credit hours of a support track in Mass Communication. For students who may already have 12 credit hours in a particular discipline or who may want to choose a different support track, they have this option, but need to consult with the advisor.)
Delivery Format: Online

UNK Transfer Guide

The B.S. in Organizational and Relational Communication Comprehensive equips students with an understanding of communication theories and skills within a business context. With a focus on the constitutive role of communication within organizational settings, the program prepares students for business-based careers including marketing, sales, and leadership without requiring the mathematics component of most business degrees.

This online degree program includes a comprehensive major with 33 credit hours of required Organizational Communication courses and 12 credit hours of a support track in Mass Communication. For students who may already have 12 credit hours in a particular discipline or who want to choose a different support track, please consult with the advisor.


Core Requirements

(15 credit hours) 

SPCH 202GS - Communication Concepts in Society
SPCH 252 - Communication Inquiry
SPCH 456 - Rhetorical Theory
SPCH 459 - Organizational & Relational Communication Senior Practicum (Capstone Course)
SPCH 499 - Communication Theory

Speaking Techniques Requirements

(3 credit hours) 

SPCH 360 - Persuasion and Propaganda

Communication Requirements

(9 credit hours) 

SPCH 301 - Introduction to Organizational Communication
SPCH 451 - Leadership Communication
SPCH 452 - Advanced Organizational Communication

Speech Electives

(6 credit hours) 

Support Track Courses

(12 credit hours) 

Student must pick 12 hours in a support tract area in consultation with his or her advisor.

For complete program information, view the Undergraduate Catalog.


How do I get started? 

 

1Request information about the program to learn more.

2. Apply to the program.

3. Contact UNK eCampus with any questions:

University of Nebraska at Kearney - eCampus
Phone: 308-865-8927
Email: ecampus@unk.edu

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