The Department of Communication offers academic preparation and community-based experience to prepare you for a challenging, rewarding career. We offer the flexibility of traditional in-class learning, in-class/online blend, or 100 percent online coursework.
Join Georgia's exciting $6 billion film industry working on one of the sets of the more than 250 films and TV productions shot in the State this year. As the third largest production center in the nation, Georgia boasts of a workforce with more than 100,000 people tied directly or indirectly to this growing part of the economy.
Congratulations to Taylor Ann Yaughn, who recently received a scholarship from the Georgia Association of Broadcasters (GAB). Taylor Ann is a junior in the Department of Communication. She is a student in the Public Relations concentration and on-air volunteer for WCUG 88.5 FM Cougar Radio.
Taylor Ann was one of six scholarship recipients from across the states who were recognized at the GAB Hall of Fame and Scholarship Luncheon Feb. 24 at the University of Georgia. She is the first recipient from CSU to receive the scholarship. Since 2006, the GAB has awarded 40 scholarships totaling more than $60,000.
Congratulations to Alan (Thrift) Barringer, a junior in the Department of Communication. He has been accepted to attend the Georgia Association of Broadcasters (GAB) Radio Talent Institute May 8-17 at the University of Georgia. Thrift is a student in the Integrated Media concentration and an on-air volunteer for WCUG 88.5 FM Cougar Radio.
Institute sessions cover various aspects of broadcasting. These include entertainment, production, sales, digital, marketing, and promotion.