Bachelor of Science

Learn to communicate your faith effectively

In a culture that lacks clarity, we need more effective communicators who can serve in a variety of contexts. The Communication program provides students with a strong foundation in communication theory and application by exploring seminal issues in communication studies through a biblical worldview.

Build a foundation.

This degree will help you build a theological and philosophical foundation for communication.

Integrate your studies.

Communication degree students will be provided with the ability to integrate their studies with communication-based issues that Christians face around the globe.

“ This program has given me a deep appreciation of the many ways we communicate, but most importantly, this program points me to the greatest act of communication: Christ dying on the cross to show God’s love for me. ”

Joel Lee — Tyrone, GA

Course Information

Use the tabs below to explore the courses, outcomes, and further information on this program.

General Studies 30 Credits
EN 101 English Composition I 3
EN 102 English Composition II 3
HS 161 World History (or) 3
HS 171 American History
HU 421 Great Books I 3
HU 422 Great Books II 3
MA — Math Elective 3
PH 103 Introduction to Philosophy 3
PH 311 Introduction to Ethics 3
PS 101 Introduction to Psychology 3
SP 105 Introduction to Public Speaking 3
Biblical and Theological Studies 36 Credits
BL 101 Old Testament Survey I 3
BL 102 Old Testament Survey II 3
BL 111 Hermeneutics 3
BL 151 New Testament Survey I 3
BL 152 New Testament Survey II 3
HS 201 Church History I 3
HS 202 Church History II 3
TH 211 Christian Theology I 3
TH 212 Christian Theology II 3
MS 101 Intro to Christian Missions 3
MS 105 Personal Evangelism 3
TH 331 Religion in the Public Square 3
Major Studies 42 Credits
CS 101 Introduction to Communication Theory 3
SP 106 Advanced Public Speaking 3
CS 150 Media, Culture, and Society 3
CS 201 Interpersonal Communication 3
CS 211 Writing for Publication 3
BA 241 Marketing 3
BA 251 Management and Organizational Behavior 3
CS 256 Fundamentals of Graphic Design 3
CS 290 Strategic Brand Management 3
CS 311 Media Law and Ethics 3
CS 321 Relationship Management 3
BA 341 Marketing and Consumer Behavior 3
CS 476 Communication Theory and Research 3
CS 489 Communication Internship 3
Strategic Communication Emphasis (or) 15 Credits
CS 275 Communication Analysis 3
BA 345 Business Communication 3
CS 301 Strategic Communication 3
CS 352 Crisis Management 3
CS 456 Integrated Marketing Communication 3
Digital Media Emphasis 15 Credits
BA 389 Project Management 3
CS 279 Video Basics 3
WL 321 Audio Basics 3
WL 322 Audio & Video Post-Production Basics 3
CS 456 Integrated Marketing Communication 3
General Electives 6 Credits
Total Degree Hours 129 Credits
Prerequisites: CP 100 Cooperative Program*
BC 101 Boyce College 101**
  • *Students needing this course should register for it during their first semester of study. All course work is completed online. There is no charge for this course.
  • **This course is required for all on-campus students and should be completed during their first on-campus semester. Successful completion of BC 101 is required for graduation from Boyce College. There is no charge for this course.

Learning Outcomes

  • Students will be able to demonstrate a knowledge of the Bible, interpret Scripture’s original meaning, and apply Scripture to contemporary situations.
  • Students will be able to integrate systematic and historical theology into a larger biblical framework.
  • Students will be able to describe strategic steps for developing, organizing and executing each stage of a proper communication campaign.
  • Students will recognize and recall key issues from communication studies, interpersonal communication, organizational communication, critical reasoning, communication theory, and communication praxis.

Frequently Asked Questions

Graduates from Boyce's communication program will be equipped to serve in a variety of career fields. Examples of career outcomes that may be pursued with a communication studies degree include promotional writing/packaging, content marketing, social media marketing, public relations, employee relations, nonprofit donor relations, missions, church ministry, community development, and academia.

Dr. Jason Leverett serves as Program Coordinator and Associate Professor of Communication for our Communication program at Boyce.

You can meet Dr. Leverett and the rest of our faculty here.

As a prospective student, we have two next steps that we would love for you to consider taking. Follow the links below to take your next steps!

  • Visit Campus
  • Start your Application
  • Students who start their application must complete their application and submit the following additional documents:

  • Pastoral Recommendation
  • Spiritual Autobiography
  • Official High School Transcripts
  • Official ACT, SAT, or CLT test scores
  • Application Fee

  • You can view more information about our admissions requirements here.

    Yes, our bachelors degree in Communication can be done completely online. We offer courses in 8 or 16 week online options over the course of the four years necessary to complete the program. Students may also complete this program over four years on-campus in Louisville. Click here to learn more about online learning.

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