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Speech and Theatre Education Concentration in Communications

Cultivate great communicators

It’s in high school journalism, yearbook, or speech and debate class that young leaders very often find their passion for American journalism, history, politics, media, writing and more.

The Communications concentration within the Speech and Theatre Education degree at William Woods University provides you with advanced study into topics like communication theory and law, voice and diction, mass media and media writing so that you may bring your expertise into the classroom.

Career opportunities

With a Communication concentration in the Speech and Theatre Education major, you will be prepared to teach high school journalism, speech, debate, yearbook, English and more. Our graduates can be found teaching around Missouri and across the country.

Curriculum/Requirements

The Speech and Theatre Education concentration in Communications includes coursework in media writing, interpersonal communications, voice and diction, feature writing, magazine writing, communication theory and more.


Admissions Information

Learn more about undergraduate admissions requirements, deadlines, tuition and financial aid available to you.

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