Find your voice, tell your story and earn your communication degree from a personal, interactive program
UAF’s interdisciplinary approach to communication and emphasis on real-world learning and small-class environments ensures you’ll develop the wide variety of skills needed for the professions of today and the future. If you choose, you can concentrate your communication degree in Dispute Resolution or Indigenous Dispute Resolution.
Work closely with experienced faculty on specialized projects. Gain support and knowledge through resources like our UAF Speaking Center. Get career experience and build your résumé through our student-run newspaper, The Polaris, or our student newscast, Nanook News.
You’ll graduate as a high-demand candidate with a foundation of knowledge applicable to a wide range of highly marketable careers.
What Is Communication?
Communication is the study of how humans convey meanings from one group to another through the use of mutually understood signs and symbols. In other words, communication seeks to discover and understand the many ways people connect to other people.