Trinity's human communication program examines how people develop, adapt, and transmit messages within and across various cultures and channels. We offer a wide range of classes, covering public communication, rhetorical theory, and the social context of human communication.
Students have the opportunity to expand on what they learn in the classroom by working closely with faculty on research projects, participating in professional internships and competing in forensics events. Our students regularly attend and make presentations at leading academic conferences, and our nationally regarded debate team travels the country.
This balance of classroom study and experiential learning gives our graduates the intellectual background and artistic experience necessary to excel in a wide variety of careers or in graduate-level study.