Constructively shape the cultures in which we live and work.
Pitt-Greensburg's contemporary Liberal Arts and Humanities approach to the communication discipline develops critical thinkers adept in strategic communication. Our students graduate as strong speakers and writers with the ability to effectively and ethically understand, communicate, and constructively shape the cultures in which we live and work.
Pitt-Greensburg Communication majors obtain an understanding of public relations, advertising, digital media, and pop culture that they can apply to successful careers in their field immediately after graduating.
Additionally, what, how, and why modern technologies transform our discourse, relationships, families, workplaces, and societies becomes a rich and diverse subject area for students and faculty to investigate and employ leading practices in professional contexts.
Ours is an open and engaging learning experience in which faculty and students regularly collaborate on a variety of projects from scholarly research to online broadcasting and media production.
The interdisciplinary nature of the Communication program also enables students to apply Communication coursework toward pursuing a major in Public Policy, or new certificate programs in Digital Studies or Arts Entrepreneurship.