The Department of Communication Studies at the University of Miami School of Communication empowers students to develop advanced skills in cross-cultural communication, leadership, argumentation, oral and written presentations, critical thinking, research, relationship building, and more – skills that can be used in any field or career.
Communication Studies students have the opportunity to conduct important research on a number of topics and are challenged to apply communication skills through hands-on experiential learning and professional internships. Our outstanding professors prepare students for many different careers, including politics, public advocacy, health care promotion, business, and intercultural education, or to pursue graduate or law school.
SPECIAL TOPICS COURSES
Please consider the following Special Topics course offerings from the School of Communication. Spring registration begins on November 7, 2022. Please consult Canelink, the instructor of record, and/or your academic advisor for more information.
Debate Team Hosts First Miami Oceans Debates
By Barbara Gutierrez The tournament brought 14 schools and colleges to the University of Miami to engage in a verbal exchange about the pros and cons of aquaculture. Capitalizing on Miami’s unique proximity to the ocean and its vulnerability to the effects of climate change, the University of Miami Debate Team hosted its first Miami Oceans Debates during the weekend [...]
A few of our communication studies projects, all done by our very own students and faculty.
Evaluation of Serious Games Outcomes
Measuring the Extent of Sex Trafficking in Cambodia
Perceptions of Drinking Water Quality in Cuba
Debating the Donald
Organizations, Communication, and Health
From Numbers to Words: Reporting Statistical Results for the Social Sciences
Clinical Trials Website
Clean Gear as the New Badge of Honor: Cancer Prevention Campaign for Firefighters
I Do Solemnly Swear: Presidential Inaugural Addresses of the Last Forty Years
Communication of Cancer Screening Instructions