This curriculum reflects the requirements for the bachelor of liberal studies with a major in organizational communication and management for the 2015–2016 academic year. The information is provided only as an indication of the scope of coursework. Organizational communication and management majors pursuing a bachelor of liberal studies must adhere to the requirements listed in the academic catalog. All questions should be directed to your advisor.

Global Perspectives – 15 credit hours (Choose five of the following)
GPS 110 – Global Perspectives in Scripture 3 credit hours
GPS 120 – Perspectives in World Cultures 3 credit hours
GPS 210 – Global Perspectives in Literature 3 credit hours
GPS 220 – Global Perspectives in Economics and Political Science 3 credit hours
GPS 310 – Global Perspectives in Ethics 3 credit hours
GPS 320 – Perspectives in Global Histories 3 credit hours
Second Language 101 3 or 4 credit hours
Second Language 102 3 or 4 credit hours

University Foundations – 17 to 19 credit hours
ENG 110 – University Writing and Research  3 credit hours
Mathematics or Natural Science 3 or 4 credit hours
Literature and Writing 3 credit hours
COMM 101 – Public Speaking 3 credit hours
Social or Behavioral Science 3 credit hours
Fine Arts 2 or 3 credit hours

Core Communications Requirements – 15 credit hours (Choose five of the following)
COMM 205 – Public Relations: Principles and Practices 3 credit hours
COMM 225 – Interpersonal Communication 3 credit hours
COMM 302 – Group Communication 3 credit hours
COMM 315 – Public Relations: Cases, Campaigns and Strategies 3 credit hours
COMM 320 – Writing for the Media 3 credit hours
COMM 340 – Intercultural Communication 3 credit hours
COMM 375 – Organizational Communication 3 credit hours
COMM 410 – Persuasion 3 credit hours
COMM 497 – Exit Examination 0 credit hours

Marketing / Management – 15 credit hours (Choose five of the following)
MARK 301 – Principles of Marketing 3 credit hours
MGMT 302 – Principles of Management 3 credit hours
MGMT 306 – Managerial Communication 3 credit hours
MGMT 313 – Human Resource Management 3 credit hours
MGMT 315 – Small Business Management/Entrepreneurship  3 credit hours
MARK 341 – Consumer Behavior 3 credit hours
MARK 411 – Special Topics in Marketing 3 credit hours
MGMT 416 – Organization Theory and Behavior 3 credit hours
MARK 422 – Marketing Communications Strategy 3 credit hours

Electives – 54–58 credit hours
General electives (100- or 200-level courses) or advanced electives (300- or 400-level courses) may fulfill this requirement. You must take enough advanced level courses to meet the minimum 40-hour requirement.