College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences
Department of Liberal Arts
Bachelor of Arts in Communication

Graduation Requirements

Suggested Course Sequence                                                         

FALL SEMESTER

 

SPRING SEMESTER

Freshman Year

Course

Cr.

 

Course

Cr.

ENG 120 English Composition

3

ENG 201 Research and Applied Writing

3

COM 119 Interpersonal Communication

3

COM 120 Public Speaking

3

SCI 100 Natural World Caribbean

3

SPA 131 or FRE 131 Foreign Language

4

SSC 100 Intro to Social Sciences

3

MAT 140 or MAT 143 Mathematics

4

FDS 100 Freshman Development Seminar

1

PE* Physical Education

.5

PE* Physical Education

.5

TOTAL

13.5

TOTAL

14.5

Sophomore Year

Course

Cr.

 

Course

Cr.

COM 110 Introduction to Communication

3

COM 225 Intercultural Communication

3

SPA 132 or FRE 132 Foreign Language

4

SPA 231 or FRE 231 Foreign Language

4

MAT 153  or MAT 232 or MAT 235 Math

4

HUM 115 Introduction to Humanities

3

ENG 261 Intro to World Literature I

3

ENG 262 Intro to World Literature

 3

PE* Physical Education

.5

PE* Physical Education

.5

TOTAL

14.5

TOTAL

13.5

Junior Year

Course

Cr.

 

Course

Cr.

COM 308 Newswriting for Mass Media

3

COM 402 Communication Law & Ethics

3

COM 360 Communication Theory

3

Upper Level Communication Class

3-4

SCI 200 Changes in the Natural World

3

Upper Level Communication Class

3-4

Social Science Course

3

Upper Level Communication Class

3

PHI 200 Critical Thinking

3

 SCI 301 Application of Principles

 3

TOTAL

15

TOTAL

15-16

Senior Year

Course

Cr

 

 

Cr.

COM 490 or COM 465/466 or COM 475

3

COM 404 – Professional Internship

3

Upper Level Communication Class

3-4

Upper Level Communication Class

3-4

Upper Level Communication Class

3

COM 404 Professional Internship

3

Upper Level Communication Class

3

Social Science Course

3

HUM 497 Senior Humanities Seminar I

1

HUM 498 Senior Humanities Seminar II

1

TOTAL

13-14

TOTAL

13-15

All communication classes are available on both islands either live or by Video teleconference. All requirements can be completed on either campus.