This four year plan is a sample and only for planning purposes; this is not an official document. You are required to meet with an Academic Advisor each semester.

Year One: Fall Semester(15 units) Year One: Spring Semester(15 units)
Speech Composition and Presentation (COMM 201C)
Persuasive Writing (ENGL 120C)
Cornerstone (CORE 100C)
Social Science Requirement (ANTH 102C, PSYC 103C or SOCI 100C)
Lifetime Fitness and Wellness Lecture and Lab (KINE 145C and 146C)
Foundations of Christian Life (THEO 101C) or Intro to Theology (THEO 103C)
Visual Technology (COMM 273)
US History (HIST 156C) or US Government (POLS 155C)

Intro to Statistics (MATH/PSYC/SOC 265C)

New Testament Survey (NT 101C)

History of Communication Studies (COMM 212)

Year Two: Fall Semester(15 units) Year Two: Spring Semester(16 units
Social Science Requirement (ANTH 102C, PSYC 103C or SOC 100C)
Intro to Interpersonal Communication (COMM 290)

Old Testament Survey (OT 201C)

Writing for the Media (COMM 250)

Christianity/Artistic Culture (COMM 258)

Elements of Storytelling (COMM 220)
Intro to the Arts (FINA 215C)
The Empirical World Lecture/Lab
(NSCI 210C & NSCI 210CL)

World Civilizations I or II (HIST 203C or HIST 204C)
Researched Writing (ENGL 220C)

 

Year Three: Fall Semester(15 units) Year Three: Spring Semester(18 units)
Communication Theory/Research (COMM 305)
One Upper Division Comm. Emphasis Course (3 units)
Developing a Christian Worldview (THEO 300C)
Literary Perspectives (ENGL 230C)
One Elective
Course (3 units)
Three Upper Division Comm. Emphasis Courses (9 units)
Comm. Practicum Course (COMM 455/450)
Two Elective Courses (6 units)
Year Four: Fall Semester(16 units) Year Four: Spring Semester(15 units)
Comm. Practicum Course (COMM 315/316/319/450/455)                                                            Preparing for Post Graduation (1 unit)
One Upper Division Comm. Emphasis Course (3 units)
Christian Heritage (CHIS 400C)
Two Elective Courses (3 units)
 Media Criticism (COMM 464C)

Two Upper Division Comm. Emphasis Courses (6 units)
Two Elective Courses (6 units)