A University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown communication degree enables students to develop disciplined, informed thinking; communication skills; problem-solving skills; strategies for information access; respect for the views of others; and a lifetime love of learning.
Working with faculty mentors, students develop research, thinking, writing, speaking, listening, team-building, and leadership skills.
Students study the processes of interaction in a variety of contexts, cultures, and styles, and develop the ability to interact ethically, confidently, and effectively in an increasingly diverse society.
Patty Wharton-Michael, PhD, Department Co-Chair & Associate Professor
Faculty Resource Center Coordinator
814-269-7983 | Fax: 814-269-7196 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Paul A. Lucas, PhD, Department Co-Chair
249-C Biddle Hall
814-269-7150 | email@example.com