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OurMajors in Communication

Advertising

Advertising

The field of advertising is exciting and ever-changing. UTA's Advertising major prepares students for all aspects of the advertising business, both in traditional and digital practices.

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Broadcasting

The field of broadcasting is exciting and ever-changing. UT-Arlington's Broadcasting major prepares students for all aspects of the business.

Communication Studies

Communication Studies

The Communication Studies major offers two paths. One provides an in-depth study of Speech Communication the the second focuses on the study of Organizational Communication.

Communication Technology

Communication Technology

UTA's Communication Technology major prepares students to design and utilize the latest communication technology for the modern web, such as responsive/mobile-first web design, interface design, interactive multimedia creation, web applications and internet marketing.

Journalism

Journalism

The recent decade has seen a rapid change in the world of journalism. UTA journalism faculty teach students how to navigate this ever-evolving profession while reminding them of journalism’s key role in a democratic society. Students learn traditional writing and reporting along with the latest tools used in the industry. From using Twitter and other social media, to building websites and using data visualization skills, students will learn about the latest tools used in the industry.

Philanthropy Major

Philanthropy

UTA's Philanthropy program prepares students to raise awareness, supporters, and funds for various causes in communities. A degree in philanthropy prepares you to lead and serve in your community to act and advocate for change.

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Public Relations

UTA's Public Relations major combines theoretical and practical education to prepare students to work in the PR industry. PR practitioners can choose to work in a major corporation, a trade group, a health organization, an consulting firm, the government, or a nonprofit, religious or educational organization. Coursework in PR uses a "hands-on" approach to develop skills and insight.

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