A bachelor of arts in communication at Regis provides students with the skills necessary to succeed in the communication field across all industries. Coursework in public speaking, advanced writing, and visual communication prepares students to work in a variety of different areas including public relations, corporate communication, journalism, media relations and human resource management.

Required internships and service-learning projects help bring communication theory into practice in the world outside of the classroom. The course of study for majors is flexible enough to allow students to double major, as well as participate in global study and service opportunities. In addition, eligible communication majors may choose to participate in the honors program, which gives them the opportunity to engage in independent research in self-selected courses.

Gaining Experience

Our outstanding communication program prepares students to successfully enter the work force through our required internship program. Ana Hidalgo '17 interned at IDG Global Solutions. Her supervisors described her as an ideal intern "who is open to business and media, who is interested in content creation; working with a team, and getting close to our business."