Student, professor conduct U2 research in Northern Ireland
Georgia Straka and communication studies professor David Whitt presented at U2 Conference in Belfast. Read more.
At NWU, you’ll see why “communication” and “community” are so closely related. NWU Communication Studies majors are a tight-knit group.
Join classmates and professors for “Comm Lunch” every Friday to share the week’s adventures. Mark the beginning of the school year with the annual Wesleyan Communication Association picnic, and gather at professors’ homes for learning, eating and celebrating. Stay connected with students and alumni through the NWU Communication Studies’ active Facebook page.
NWU Communication Studies is more than food and fun. Coursework will prepare you to realize your personal and professional aspirations. Explore the world around you by studying intercultural communication, organizational communication, media and more.
You will graduate with at least 100 hours of internship work in communication. (Many of our majors double that total.) Internships are a great opportunity to discover what you love as you learn from professionals in the field.
Several NWU communication courses further your experience by integrating service learning projects. Use your communication skills to work with Lincoln’s many refugee communities. Help English language learners build literacy skills or connect with local nonprofits and schools.
Our alumni’s successes in careers like public relations, sports marketing, music promotions, management, social services, law and human relations reveal the versatility and value of your NWU communication degree.
NWU Communication Studies includes professors with a wide array of interests and expertise, ranging from health communication to social movements, dialogue to mythology. Two professors even partnered to deliver a recent TEDx talk in Lincoln on happiness.