"Communication, the human connection, is the key to personal and career success.” ~Paul J. Meyer
Nothing in the world is accomplished without clear and effective communication. It is how every person, organization, and nation understands and interacts with each other. Communication is critical in the strategic success of today's organizations, from small businesses and nonprofits, to major corporations and global enterprises.
In fact, ineffective communication is one of the most frequent causes of lost customers, misunderstandings, missed sales, low employee productivity, and billions of dollars in associated costs. (Harvard Business Review)
Regis courses are developed in response to the skills and qualities employers say they need in the workplace. Human resource professionals estimate that more than 80% of the people who fail at their jobs do so because they can’t listen and communicate effectively. (SIS International Research)
Whether you are a current communication professional or are seeking a management career in other fields, the B.A. degree in Communication from Regis University's College of Contemporary Liberal Studies equips you to:
- Think critically
- Persuade and motivate
- Problem solve
- Resolve conflict
- Function Effectively across cultures
The B.A. in Communication degree from Regis University's College of Contemporary Liberal Studies equips you to play a significant role in the strategic success of today's range of companies, from small businesses and nonprofits, to major corporations and global enterprises.
Further develop high-demand skills by earning a specialization or certificate in:
- Conflict Management
The Bachelor of Arts in Communication program also prepares students who would like to continue their education and earn:
A Faster Path to Success Through Combined Bachelor's and Master's Degrees
Students entering into the Bachelor of Arts in Communication program have the opportunity to earn their B.A. in Communication and Master of Arts with a specialization in Communication through our combined bachelor's to master's program.
Learn how you can complete both degree programs at a faster pace and a more affordable cost.
Total Degree Requirements: 120 credit hours
- Combined Bachelor's and Master's degrees: 150 credit hours
- Core studies requirements: 45 credit hours
- Foundational course requirements: 12 credit hours
- Upper division requirements: 33 credit hours
- Specialization (optional): 12 credit hours
- Minor (optional): 12 credit hours
- General electives:
- 6 credit hours (if a minor and a specialization is selected)
- 18 credit hours (if a minor or a specialization is selected)
- 30 credit hours (if a minor is not selected)
Printable Fact Sheet: To download a printable fact sheet with details about required classes, admissions requirements, and start dates, please visit our fact sheet library. Please note: The best source for the most current information is an admissions counselor.