Innovative Creative Structure
C.A.B.E. combines Communication Arts, Business and Economics into one department to equip students for the demands of the workplace of today and tomorrow.
Professional majors in a liberal arts school receive both a technical and a liberal arts education, which is well suited for today's dynamic world.
CABE Course Philosophy
C.A.B.E. helps students develop the skills and knowledge for collecting, analyzing, synthesizing, applying, and evaluating information responsibly.
Students learn to:
- communicate effectively with defined audiences in multiple contexts and media
- adapt to a changing world creatively, collaboratively, and ethically
- develop respect and appreciation for diverse ideas and cultures
Unique Learning Environment
- CABE maintains an emphasis on learning by doing: internships, projects, simulations.
- All classes taught in the CABE Department have writing, speaking, and computer components.
- Specific classes in communication, speaking, and writing are part of the CABE curriculum. For example, in the applied technical writing class, students learn to write business memos and reports.
- All academic majors have a Capstone project, which combines professional and liberal arts components.
- Business Administration, Communication Studies, and Media Production majors choose a second major or minor.