Where great stories
Learning how to communicate effectively and gain insight into the way modern communication affects society—that takes the right tools. It takes an educational environment that is collaborative and forward-thinking. It takes curricula that prepares us for the moments right in front of us and those too far out to see. It takes guidance from the best minds in their fields. And, most importantly, it takes practice.
The College of Communication delivers on all of that so you too can deliver in your chosen field, whether that’s as a journalist, audiologist, media artist, speech pathologist, or something else entirely.
Students in our programs have numerous opportunities to mold their path with experiences critical to their development.
Tools of the Trade
Our approach to communication is increasingly sophisticated—and so are the tools we use to communicate effectively. Each of our programs rely on resources and facilities you’re likely to encounter in the real world. Like our full-size, HD studio and control room. Or our ProTools-equipped recording studio. And the on-campus clinical services provided at our Audiology Clinic, Butler Aphasia Community, and other community resources.
Step Into The Arena
To learn how to communicate effectively, you have to do more than study. At Butler, you get to feel what it’s like to actually write and convey messages to audiences in real time—and build a creative skill set that’s valuable to employers.
The Butler experience, accelerated
Choose one of our three-year bachelor’s degree tracks and finish up college at a faster pace. Students can also choose to participate in the Three + One program where they can earn both a bachelor’s and master’s degree in just four years.
Making His Dream a Reality
“I didn’t know Sports Media was even a possible major, so once I heard that, I was hooked.”
Kobe Mosley always had an interest in Journalism and in sports, but he didn’t know he could merge his two passions until he met a Butler admission counselor at a college fair. Once he learned that the University offered a Sports Media major, he knew he had to learn more.
“Students will graduate with unique experiences on their resumes.”
If you’re interested in acquiring valuable hands-on experience in live sports production and event coverage, there’s never been a better time to be a CCOM student. The acquisition of a new production truck—which is equipped with a robust network for live streaming, an integrated intercom system, broadcast cameras, and more—means you can truly learn while doing.