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Hungarian television set from 1959 by Takkk (http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File%3ATelevison_Hungarian_ORION_1957.jpg)

Hungarian television set from 1959 (Takkk, 2009)

Constant change, the globalization of business, and the 24/7 news cycle create new challenges and opportunities. As never before, organizations require educated, skilled, and ethical professionals.

The Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications addresses employer concerns by branching outside the traditional communications curriculum and drawing from appropriate courses in the disciplines of Communication Arts and Sciences, English, and Business.

The option offered at Penn State Greater Allegheny focuses on corporate communications. In extending traditional organizational communication and public relations to the digital age, this option better prepares public relations specialists to compete in a global society.

For more information

Questions about the program requirements or curriculum? Contact:

Dr. Zack Furness
Campus Program Head for Communications
Assistant Professor of Communications
Main 106B

Interested in applying? Contact:

Penn State Greater Allegheny Admissions
4000 University Drive
McKeesport, PA 15132

Communications Department,
Main Building
Communications Department, Main Building