California State University, Fullerton

College of Communications


The College was established in 1988 and has three departments: Communications, Human Communication Studies and Radio-TV-Film. The College also boasts four centers: The Maxwell Center for International Communications and Media,
The Center for Entertainment and Tourism Communications, The Center for Brand Values Communication and Research and The Center for Children Who Stutter.


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Nationally Ranked in Degrees to Hispanics  Source

No. 1 in the nation for bachelor's degrees in Communications awarded to Hispanic students.

 

Freshmen GPA: 3.34  Source

Average high school GPA of first-time freshmen in College of Communications.

Leader in Communication Research  Source

Human Communication Studies is a national "Top Ten" department for research in North America.

Tradition of Excellence  Source

TUSK magazine received 1st place and the Daily Titan received 3rd in General Excellence at the California College Media Awards.

 

Debate Team Among Top  Source

The CSUF debate team is 9th in the nation among colleges in the National Debate Tournament. CSUF debate has qualified for the NDT 13 out of the last 14 years.

 

 

 

Strength in Numbers  Source

Preparing for the Workforce  Source

91 percent of College of Communications undergraduates participate in an internship.

 

Diverse, Growing Student Population  Source

With nearly 4,000 students, the College of Communications provides high-caliber instruction to a growing and diverse student population.