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Grand Canyon University


Bachelor of Arts in Communications - Political Campaigns (Online)

Political communications is a communications and political science hybrid that focuses on the different ways information can spread and how it influences policy makers, news outlets, politicians, citizens and politics as a whole. Political communications includes discourse at every level and politicians often use it to see how political information can be leveraged to achieve their political goals and push their agendas.

Grand Canyon University’s Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Communications with an Emphasis in Political Campaigns is designed for individuals who are passionate about political communications and the strategic choices made to influence the public through communications.

Through GCU's courses, students will learn how to construct logical, cohesive and persuasive arguments, apply appropriate critical inquiry strategies and make informed decisions based on historical information, all while gaining experience writing political speeches and diplomatic communications. Upon completing this program, students will be equipped with the necessary skills and experience to work in marketing, advertising, public relations, journalism, digital media or politics.

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