The Department of Literature, Communication and Cultural Studies
The Department of Literature, Communication and Cultural Studies offers courses that foster competency in critical thinking, creativity, collaboration, communication, cross-cultural understanding and literacy. Employers in every field are seeking these skills, which serve students as they progress in their careers. Reading, writing, multicultural awareness and analytical skills taught through courses in literature, philosophy, language study, communications and more also transfer to support academic work in other fields. Students completing concentrations within this department are encouraged to pursue their individual interests within a broad and deep set of offerings. Concentrations in literature, communications and cultural studies are often popular preparation for the fields of education, law, public relations and social media.
Taking individual courses as a nondegree student is also possible and will offer you the same range and depth of courses and rigorous standards as matriculated undergraduate students. Even if you’re not pursuing a degree, you can take courses to prepare for college-level study, stay current in your field or improve your job skills.