Welcome to The College of Social Science, Performing Arts, and Communication where mankind is our business. The purpose of this course is to provide the basic concepts and understandings of the theory of image in mass communication industries, defined as the tools of communication exchange, manipulation and mass deception as determinant of the sociopolitical orientation.
This module gives you the opportunity to undertake a self-managed project building on knowledge, experience and skills acquired during the course, with tutorial support. LinkedIn, facebook, twitter and pinterest are good resources for you to learn about companies and keep up on current trends in the career fields you are exploring.
BYU Arts is the organization that produces and presents for the Brigham Young University College of Fine Arts and Communications. This one-year certificate program prepares you for success in a variety of programs as you explore your interests, aptitudes and skills, assess career choices, and prepare for further postsecondary studies.
The School of Arts & Communication hosts forums to showcase student and faculty research. The Bachelor of Arts gives students a flexible structure with a broad range of disciplines to choose from, and is an appropriate preparation for a wide range of career opportunities.
The theater, communication and media world is exploding with opportunities, and the School of Communication and the Arts is the place to prepare to meet that future. Dr. Carl Cates is the inaugural dean of the new college composed of the programs previously in Humanities and Social Sciences, Fine Arts, and Media and Communication.