Coeur d'Alene

Communication Arts in Coeur d'Alene

Communications is an academic discipline that studies all forms of human communication and encompasses a broad range of communicative skills that are important for success in any career or activity. 

A number of Communications graduates have gone on to graduate and professional schools.  The degree is designed to give students an understanding of communication in a variety of contexts (e.g., interpersonal, intercultural, organizational, political and mass communication) as well as prepare them to be effective, well-rounded communicators.

Program Advisor

Dr. Kathie Wilcox 

208.292.1291 

What can I do with this degree?
  • Advertising
  • College Alumni Affairs
  • Copywriting
  • Conflict Negotiation
  • Corporate Public Affairs
  • Customer Service
  • Government Campaigning
  • Grant Writing
  • Human Resources
  • Labor Relations
  • Legislative Assistance
  • Management
  • Media Analysis/Planning
  • Nonprofit Administration
  • Office Management
  • Program Coordination
  • Public Relations
  • Public Opinion Research
  • Publishing
  • Recruitment
  • Student Affairs
  • Student Support Services
  • Teaching
  • Writing/ Editing

Learn more about the Communication Arts degree and the Humanities Division here.