Department of Communication Arts
Crafting Your Communication Skills
In the Communication Arts Department, you’ll find a vibrant space that nurtures essential life skills. Here, you can hone your oral and written communication abilities, critical analysis, and problem-solving prowess. As a student, you’ll engage in collaborative research projects, high-quality productions, and real-world media experiences, all while being guided by experienced faculty. This dynamic environment prepares you for a multitude of career paths in the ever-evolving world of media and communications.
Creative Communication at Your Fingertips
Immerse yourself in the communication arts at Georgia Southern University, offering a range of programs in creative, dynamic, and strategic communication fields. Choose from undergraduate options covering various aspects of communication, multimedia, film and theatre production, as well as a graduate option focusing on professional communication and leadership.
Our students work hand-in-hand with faculty on state-of-the-art productions, research projects, and more.
With degree programs offered at both the Statesboro and Armstrong campuses, students have the opportunity to choose where they can pursue their degrees.
Diverse Student Community
Pursue your degree among other students who represent a broad spectrum of majors and interests.
A Doorway to Your Future
Georgia Southern Communication Arts graduates from the past five years are making an average salary of $55,002 and work for Amazon, Savannah Bananas, Walmart, ADP, APPTEGA and more. Graduates 5+ years out are making an average salary of $75,703 and work for AT&T, Amazon, Delta Airlines, The Home Depot, Apple, Encompass Digital Media and more. Whether starting your own venture or leading projects, these degrees open doors to a rewarding career.
Text Version of the Alumni Spotlight
Communication Arts Congratulates Alumna Liana Moran, Forty Under 40 Honoree
As a vice president at The Wilbert Grou, Liana Moran leads PR efforts for major real estate and professional service clients. She has secured coverage in top-tier publications such as Bloomberg, The Wall Street Journal and The New Your Times. She header PR efforts around North American Properties’ (NAP) opening in Avalon, sale of Atlantic Station to Hines and acquisition of Colony Square, which resulted in coverage in national trade and local media.
As an Atlanta native, Liana is excited about the growth of her city. She believes in developing communities that enhance the quality of life for all. Liana is actively involved on the advisory board for the Atlanta Community Food Bank and the PR advisory board at Georgia Southern University where she earned her bachelor’s degree in Public Relations, won Student of the Year and served as PRSSA President.