• Students will communicate effectively in speaking and writing. Those who major in one of the advertising tracks will become proficient delivering public presentations, working in group situations, interacting interpersonally, or performing in a dramatic venue. Students will also learn to write effectively for a variety of purposes and audiences.
  • Students will think logically and critically. Advertising students should be proficient in the following: developing problem-solving approaches, conducting research, analyzing evidence and sources of evidence, distinguishing between sound and fallacious reasoning, analyzing and evaluating elements and effects of the mass media, understanding and evaluating literature for performance situations, and analyzing scripts for development of technical elements in theater production.
  • Students will possess an in-depth knowledge of the field of advertising. This will include major theoretical foundations in communication, advertising, or theatre. Students will also be able to utilize such information in practical applications of the theories and concepts.

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