Our program is designed to have students study exactly what interests them.
The Communication Studies Program proudly allows students to explore their own style of experiential learning through internships, research, and fellowships.
Greetings from the Communication Studies office!
On behalf of the Communication Studies office, thank you for your interest in attending Temple University! We encourage interested students to explore our website to learn more about the program. For more information, “like” us on Facebook or email Dr. Scott Gratson, Program Director at email@example.com.
The Communication Studies Program is a unique major giving students exposure to fields throughout the School of Media and Communication. The interdisciplinary approach is designed to prepare students for a variety of fields in an increasingly converging media world. While students enjoy a great amount of flexibility in class choices, they can also specialize their course of study through several different tracks available. Students also have the option to earn a Major of Distinction and complete advanced major requirements through SMC Study Away Programs. Recent graduates and current students have been placed in graduate and law school, media outlets and publications, and governmental organizations.
Football and Communication Studies: Temple Owls Share Their Experiences
Senior Communication Studies student Matt Ioannidis plays defensive line, and is one of the more recognizable names on the Temple roster. He uses his Communication studies knowledge in the field. “Being a leader on the team carries over into the classroom, it helps with the ability to interact with people in class on projects and do whatever I can,” he said. “I think being a CMST [Communication Studies] major helps a lot with the leadership role, being able to effectively communicate with young guys on the team.”
Comm Studies Covers Hip-Hop
Current student Aaron Ball sat down with C.R.I.M.E. (Conscious Rebels Inspiring Modern Enlightenment), a local hip-hop duo from Philadelphia, for a short interview.
Comm Studies Moving Up in the Ranks!