Interpersonal and organizational communication is the foundation of human societies. As a communications major at GCU, you will explore the principles and best practices of communication exchanges. The Bachelor of Arts in Communications is offered by the College of Humanities and Social Sciences at Grand Canyon University. It examines interpersonal and organizational communications, with an emphasis on the latter to thoroughly prepare individuals to pursue professional objectives.

Students develop foundational skills that are applicable to a wide range of professional functions, including public relations, sales and marketing, human resources and political communications. As a modern university, GCU prioritizes accessibility to education. Students may enroll in the BA in Communications as on-campus or online learners. All online courses offer the same high-caliber education as the on-campus classes. They are taught by fully qualified instructors who provide effective guidance and mentorship.

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In 1971, the Rev. Jerry Falwell dreamed about world change. He envisioned a generation of professionals in every field who loved God, served others, and were the best at whatever they were called to be. He saw a university on a mountain where this training could happen—and he started to build it.

Less than 50 years later, Liberty University is an accredited evangelical liberal arts institution with 15 colleges and schools, over 100,000 students, and 700+ programs of study from the certificate to the doctoral level. Over 450 of these programs are available to students around the globe through our online programs.

More than that, Liberty University trains pilots, counselors, CEOs, nurses, teachers, artists, law enforcement personnel, pastors—professionals in almost every field who love God, serve others in their communities, and are the best at what they are called to be.

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