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"Freed has allowed me to pursue both of my interests in life all in one place. Not many college students get the opportunity to oversee a mission trip to South America with their professors and be published for undergraduate research all in the same year."
Class of 2014 • Majoring In Biochemistry and Bible
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The Department of Communication and Literature seeks to assist students 1) in developing oral and written communication skills that will enhance their personal effectiveness; 2) in preparing for careers that involve the exercise of communication proficiencies; 3) in learning to read and respond to literature with appreciation and discrimination; 4) in becoming responsible world citizens by attaining proficiency in foreign language; and 5) in developing the intellectual tools necessary for advanced study.
The department offers a general B.A. major in Communication with two emphases: Public Relations and Speech Communication. A B.A. major in English and a B.A. major in Spanish are also offered. Each of these majors is appropriate as a pre-law program.
The department also offers minors in Communication, English, Journalism, and Spanish.
Freed-Hardeman University provides co-curricular learning opportunities for communication students. Student media outlets include WFHU radio station and the Bell Tower online newspaper. A student-run newspaper has operated at FHU since 1923; starting as the Sky Rocket and then being renamed Bell Tower in 1972. WFHU "FM91" began broadcasting in 1967 and provides student-produced music, news, and sports programming. The department also hosts a chapter of Sigma Tau Delta and International English Honors Society offering students opportunities for travel, leadership, and scholarly research and presentations.
The department offers a general B.A. major in Communication with two emphases: Public Relations and Speech Communication. A B.A. in English and a B.A. in Spanish are also offered. The department offers minors in Communication, Electronic Media Communication, English, Journalism, and Spanish.
The Department of Communication and Literature can help students prepare for a career in journalism or languages.
The faculty includes dedicated professionals. Their passion for language, media, and journalism encourages students to become actively engaged in learning and developing the skills necessary to be successful in their chosen field. The low student-faculty ratio in courses required for the major also allows individual attention and training for students.
The Department of Communication and Literature provides students with opportunities for learning outside of the classroom. Students gain valuable experience in practicums and internships, which provide them with hands-on training that leads to careers in communications.
Chattanooga artist Amanda Brazier will display her work Feb. 2 - March 3 at Freed-Hardeman University’s Troy Plunk Gallery in Bulliner-Clayton Visual Arts...
Greater Tuna opens this week! Keep up with the FHU Theatre season at http://www.fhu.edu/academics/colleges/artsandsciences/finearts/theatre/theatre-season-16-17.
Men's Basketball - Won 88-79 over Missouri Baptist University #amcscores