Embry-Riddle offers a unique Bachelor of Science in Communication program that answers the demand for those who can integrate science and technology with solid communication fundamentals.
ERAU’s B.S. in Communication program offers focus and expertise to position the graduate for broad career opportunities in many areas of communication, emphasizing writing skills, creative thinking, and technology.
Students can tailor their degree to what most interests them, choosing from a long list of minor courses of study. Students can also pursue flight ratings if they wish.
The B.S. in Communication program teaches aviation, aerospace, and technical vocabulary while fine-tuning reading and writing skills – all to help foster a technological perspective. This perspective prepares graduates for a career with traditional media or in corporate communication, aviation communication, or technical journalism.
Beyond the fundamentals of communication, students learn how scientists think, how research questions are framed, and how various methodologies are used to pursue scientific goals.
ERAU has an active radio station, a campus-wide TV station, an award-winning student newspaper, and an active public relations department where students can acquire hands-on experience.
This degree is offered at the following campuses. Select a campus to learn more.
The aviation and aerospace industry is like the ideal small town. Everybody knows everybody else, and everybody’s happy to give you information – especially if you’re asking a pilot about her airplane. This lesson is one of many learned during Linda Shiner’s career.