One Thousand Days Transformed - The Campaign for Cedarville
Quote from Ann Morrow Lindburgh, 'Good Communication is as stimulating as black coffee, and just as hard to sleep after.'

Integrity. Collaboration. Leadership.

These three words will exemplify your experience in Cedarville University’s Department of Communication, part of the Robert W. Plaster School of Business. Through biblical integration in every course and mentoring from godly professors, you will be equipped as a communication professional who honors God in your chosen career with the highest integrity. Your hands-on experiences and peer involvement will equip you to collaborate well to achieve a successful outcome. And, you will be challenged to pursue servant leadership with the mind of Christ.

Within the Department of Communication, you will find outstanding programs of study in a variety of fields and discover faculty who mentor you and care about your intellectual and spiritual growth. Here you will find good communication.

The ability to communicate ideas fluently and coherently is essential in a world flooded with personal, social, and mass messages. We are committed to helping you cultivate your abilities to express yourself through communication in many formats: spoken, written, visual, nonverbal, and digital. We will prepare you to excel and lead in in-demand career fields.

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    Cedarville Magazine - Called To Communicate

    We have the joy of communicating the greatest story ever told: the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Cedarville University is doing its part to equip disciples with the tools to communicate effectively and boldly for Christ.
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  • Scharnberg Business Center

    A New Home for the Department of Communication

    Construction is underway on the Lorne C. Scharnberg Business Center, scheduled to open fall 2024. This world-class facility will provide classroom, collaboration, and faculty office space for the Plaster School of Business, Department of Communication, and Center for the Advancement of Cybersecurity. It will also be home to the newest dining option on campus, Einstein Bros. Bagels. See artist renderings of the new building or follow along with the building process via the construction cam.
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