BA – Communication (BAC)
Bachelor of Arts in Communication (BAC) UW-Milwaukee
Students can complete a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communications completely onsite at UW-Washington County. Optional minors may include business and economics.
The program consists of classes at UW-Washington County as well as some Distance Education courses. For more information about the technologies used for Distance Learning, see the section marked DISTANCE EDUCATION INFORMATION in the current UW-WC Timetable, or check out the technologies as described in the UW-Extension Catalog of Distance Learning.
It is possible to complete your Associate Degree while meeting some Bachelor Degree requirements. Introductory courses, such as Interpersonal Communication & Public Speaking (Com 101 & 103), English Composition (Eng 102), and College Algebra (Math 110), are basic to the major. Advanced study will focus on four areas of communication: Applied, Interpersonal -Intercultural, Organizational, and Rhetorical/Public.
For complete communication degree requirements and course information, visit the following UW-Milwaukee links:
- UW-Milwaukee, Dept. of Communication, Home Page
Dept. of Communication,
- UW-Milwaukee, Dept. of Communication, Course Descriptions
- UW-Milwaukee, Dept. of Communication, Course Offerings and Class Schedules
If you are interested in learning more about the Bachelor of Arts in Communication or Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Administration, email Chris Roland at UW-Washington County or the College Connection at (262) 335-5212 to schedule an appointment with UW-Milwaukee Advisor Jim Klingbiel. E-mail Jim at firstname.lastname@example.org.