Grand Canyon University

3300 W Camelback Rd 
Phoenix AZ 85017 

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Bachelor of Arts in Communications - Interpersonal Communication and Human Relationships (Online)

Even in the technology-rich economy of the 21st century, much of our success is still based in effective collaboration and communication between people. In every field human interaction is unavoidable, and our world is in need of professionals who can navigate this interaction throughout different contexts. This Bachelor of Arts degree in Interpersonal Communications and Human Relations is designed to teach students to leverage specific interpersonal skills in order to facilitate productive communication.

Throughout the program, students will develop advanced skills in nonverbal and verbal communication analysis, relational communication, leadership, group communication, speech communication, social influence and conflict negotiation. Students will be prepared to utilize these skills in a variety of different contexts and even to train others in these skills. Courses cover how to facilitate communication across different cultures and how to carry these skills over into digital or online settings.

Christian principals are integrated throughout the program to determine how we can base our communication behaviors in a biblical worldview. Classes in the interpersonal communications and human relations BA program go beyond the theoretical and allows students to enact communication concepts in professional and relational situations.

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