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<br /> College of Arts and Letters<br /> Communication<br /> Today’s speed-of-light technological advances continuously transform the way we spread<br /> information and interact. Students majoring in communication at UT apply critical thinking,<br /> historical perspectives and theoretical interpretation to modern society’s blogging, texting,<br /> YouTube-ing, tweeting and social networking. Students explore how individuals, groups,<br /> organizations and societies interact and create meaning using media and messages,<br /> learning skills that prepare them for a variety of career paths or graduate degree programs.<br /> Above, associate professor Juliet Davis teaches a class in digital arts.<br /> B.A. in Communication<br /> Minor in Communication<br /> B.A. in Journalism (Interdisciplinary)<br /> Minor in Journalism<br /> B.A. in New Media Production (Interdisciplinary)<br /> Minor in New Media Production<br /> B.A. in Film and Media Arts<br /> Minor in Film and M<a title="Flyer-Communication-2017 page 1" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/859bb42f?page=1"> College of Arts and Letters Communication </a> <a title="Flyer-Communication-2017 page 2" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/859bb42f?page=2"> College of Arts and Letters Communication FACULT</a> <a title="Flyer-Communication-2017 page 3" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/859bb42f?page=3"> www.ut.edu What Can You Do With These Majors? </a> <a title="Flyer-Communication-2017 page 4" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/859bb42f?page=4"> College of Arts and Letters Communication Chr</a>