Transfer Planning Guide: Diederich College of Communication
For more than a century, Marquette University's Diederich College of Communication has provided a well-rounded, liberal arts education. We offer unique, experiential learning opportunities for students in all majors. Whether you aspire to be a corporate executive or a professional artist, you’ll learn the essential skills of writing, public speaking and critical thinking that you’ll need to be successful in your career.
Use this guide to prepare for an eventual transfer to Marquette's Diederich College of Communication. These courses are the basis on which all of Marquette's communications majors are built, and equivalent courses at other institutions will therefore prepare you well to finish your degree at Marquette.
For more detailed program and course descriptions, please visit Marquette's online bulletin here.
|COMM 1100||Professional Communication|
|COMM 1000||Foundations of Human Communication, Culture and Society|
|COMM 1200||Media in Society|
|ACCO 1030||Principles of Financial Accounting|
|ECON 1103||Principles of Microeconomics|
|MATH 1700||Modern Elementary Statistics|
|MUSI 2020||Appreciation of Music|