Be challenged—to be an agent of truth and transformation. Of reflection and reconciliation. Our Communications program will push you to celebrate God’s faithfulness using all means of media to be instruments of positive change for Christ.
Language and images can create meaningful messages—messages that influence, equip, encourage, and teach. Our communications major prepares you to use your God-given expressive gifts. Every course blends a biblical worldview with scholarship, exploring the ways that language and images can be employed to create messages in the new virtual public and cultural dialogue. Our communications program covers a wide knowledge area, incorporating audience analysis, live presentations, mediated messages, and written communication. Our faculty is committed to developing all the ways you may impact the world for Christ—with a focus on critical-thinking and effective communication skills.
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Communication students at Montreat College have an opportunity to be prepared with a Christ-centered approach to communication. Students are called to challenge culture professionally with their words, art, and their actions. Here are a few of the topics of study which students can be equipped with in the communication program:
- public relations
- digital media production
- public speaking
- grant writing
- graphic design
- organizational communication
- media ethics
- media studies
- news writing
Heather completed an internship with an architecture firm in Raleigh, NC designing a museum exhibit, and has since used her communications background and internship experience for a role in marketing in the workforce.
Martina served as a video specialist in the Montreat College Communications Office. During her time in the internship, she developed promotional videos for the Montreat Cavaliers athletic program. Her role specialized in creative planning, videography and video editing.
Hannah completed a dual-internship at two non-profit organizations in Black Mountain, NC in the summer of 2013. One of her internship roles took place at the Black Mountain Center for the Arts, a community arts center, and the second was with Black Mountain Businesses and Restaurants, where she promoted a “Go Local” campaign. She served as a social media and marketing intern during her experiences.
Learn web design, graphic design, grant writing, news writing, communication theory, and marketing and research methods.
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Explore the field of theatre—and blend it with a communication curriculum. You’ll be prepared for writing, directing, and performing.
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Our faculty members are expressive scholars and leaders, and they bring a broad range of expertise to Montreat.
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