A Bachelor of Arts degree seeks to provide students with a broad-based understanding of the processes of human communication and the importance of these communication processes in our society.
Joint Bachelors and Masters Program
The B.A. / M.A. degree in Communication is a traditional 36-hour B.A. degree combined with a 30-hour M.A. degree, enabling high-performing CSS majors on the Corporate Communication track to earn a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in 5 years.
Graduate Masters Program
The MA in Communication program at Baylor University aims to develop innovative, articulate, and ethical leaders in multiple fields related to communication and media.
Our faculty publish in top-tier journals, write books, and produce other forms of engaged research that address the communicative dimensions of leadership, organizing, relationships, technology, media, and public culture.
As scholar-teachers, we also share a commitment to cultivate skills in humanistic and social scientific inquiry in our undergraduate and graduate students so that they can productively intervene in the problems and complexities of our social world.
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Sep. 30, 2022
Drs. Ashley Barrett and Jessica Ford's Most Recent Publication in Health Communication
Department faculty Dr. Ashley Barrett and Dr. Jessica Ford collaborated on a piece that was recently published in Health Communication. Their publication builds a preliminary theoretical model for communication overload in hospitals.
Dec. 3, 2021
Lambda Pi Eta Holds Ceremony for 32 New Inductees
Lambda Pi Eta (the official honor society for Communication) recently held a ceremony for their new inductees.
Nov. 8, 2021
Communication Alumni Panel
The department hosted an alumni panel where current students asked Communication alumni questions about their career paths.
Jun. 26, 2021
Baylor Debate's Proud History
Almost from the time when Baylor University began classroom instruction in May 1846, Baylor students have honed their abilities to reason, research and defend ideas and policies through meeting their peers in formal debates.