Today’s citizen leader requires skill sets in critical reasoning, research, persuasion, and oral and written expression. The Organizational and Leadership Communication major develops these skills in tandem with the knowledge and experience necessary to participate effectively in organizational, group, sociopolitical, interpersonal and intercultural contexts.
Graduate paths for this major include nonprofit work, law, politics, graduate work, education, health, activism, religion and sales. All courses in the Organizational and Leadership Communication curriculum are designed to integrate with and enhance Drury’s liberal arts education and Your Drury Fusion requirements.
The Organizational and Leadership Communication Major requires 42 credit hours of coursework.
All prerequisites must be completed prior to enrollment in the following courses.
Please note that COMM 211 Presentational Speaking is a prerequisite for COMM 351 Principles of Persuasion and Influence. Students should complete COMM 211 early in their degree program.
Students pursuing a major in Organizational and Leadership Communication may not also major in Strategic Communication, or Multi-Media Production and Journalism, or minor in Communication.