We live in a global society. Communication is the key that unlocks international doors and barriers. Are you interested in how international media affect global culture? Do you want to work in media production for a world agency or global company? Do you enjoy cultural diversity and want to share intercultural experiences with people from other nations? Earning a B.A. in Communication at Purdue University Northwest can prepare you for exciting career opportunities in International Communication.
After completing a five-course core that will give you a robust background in communication, you select seven more classes to concentrate on your own interests and needs.
To receive a concentration in International Communication in our B.A. in Communication program, you must complete:
- 23600: Media and Culture
- 30101: Political Economy of Media
- 30102: Media Globalalization and Development
- 32700: International Communication
- 33000: Media Theories
- 35000: Intercultural Communication
Other courses you might consider for a career in International Communication:
- Any 50000 level course in International Media
- COM 24200: Broadcast News
*Please consult the course catalogue for course descriptions*
For more information or if you’re interested pursing a B.A. in Communication and in declaring an International Communication concentration at Purdue University Northwest, please contact the Department of Communication and Creative Arts’ advisor Rhonda Nemri by email firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone (219) 989-8697.