It’s pretty amazing to think that I graduated with a degree in a major that didn’t exist when I first stepped on to Chapman’s campus. I changed my major once even before beginning my college career, from Psychology to Communication Studies, and I thought that would be my final decision. I was certain of my
Alex Hallerman, like many other seniors in the School of Communication, will be graduating next week and venturing out into the “real world”. But, Alex isn’t like most other seniors. He is one of our non-traditional students. Alex transferred to Chapman from Santa Monica College at an age when most traditional students have graduated and
I remember signing up for Spring 2020 classes last November thinking, “Wow, this is going to be a busy semester but I have the perfect schedule!” If only I had known… Getting back from my Peace Communication course in Costa Rica over interterm with my 15 perfectly planned units waiting for me I knew I
My name is Sarina Welsh and I’d like to share my experience with the Global Communication and World Languages program. In the Global Communication and World Languages major, students pursue fluency in a chosen language while infusing their course of study with communication theory and research. Coming into college, I had an interest in Italian
Many students are curious to know where they can take a degree in communication after college. The answer is……anywhere. Riley Byrne, a senior Strategic and Corporate Communication major spent some time talking with us about how she will be using her degree to make a difference in the world through the Peace Corps. How did
Hi! My name is Sarah Downey and I am currently a student in the 4 + 1 Masters of Health and Strategic Communication program. This specific program allows me to integrate the Master’s courses with my undergraduate work. The program has turned into a 3 + 1 program for me since I am graduating early.