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When planning out your courses and your path to a degree, it is always advisable to speak to your UAS or Department of Communication advisor.
Start by taking a look at the B.A. degree requirements for the College of Arts and Sciences found in the Academic Catalog.
COMM Major Requirements
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Students interested in Communication at the University of Delaware take a set of five core classes mostly across their first and second years.
Students will then choose between three concentrations -- Media Communication, Interpersonal Communication, and Public Relations. Additional information regarding the three concentrations and associated minors is found below. Please visit Program Information and Requirements to learn more about the study of communication, the department and available resources, career paths, and advisement.