Communication Arts

College of Arts and Humanities


The Department of Communication Arts, located within the College of Arts & Humanities, provides a forum through which students can develop life skills such as confidence in oral and written presentations, communication skills, and critical analysis and problem-solving skills. Students in the Department represent a broad spectrum of majors, interests, and career possibilities in Communication Arts, Communication Studies, Multimedia Film & Production, Multimedia Journalism, Public Relations, and Theatre.  They work together and with faculty on research projects, state-of-the-art productions, events, online news outlets, and broadcasts.

Degree programs are offered on the Statesboro and Armstrong campuses.

Statesboro Campus

  • Communication Studies
  • Multimedia Film & Production
  • Multimedia Journalism
  • Public Relations
  • Theatre
Dr. Abby Brooks, Assistant Chair,

Armstrong Campus

  • Communication Studies
  • Theatre
Professor Pamela Sears, Assistant Chair,


Georgia Southern’s Communication Arts students have created Sincerely, Southern: A Communication Arts Department Magazine. Click here to visit the site.
Click here for information on the Spring 2019 Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers
Congratulations to alumna Kelley Bradshaw Brock! She and her co-hosts, Ken and Daniel, at WUSY in Chattanooga who won the 2018 CMA Broadcast Personality of the Year award in a medium market. Click here to read the list of all winners.
Dean Cummings, assistant professor in Multimedia Film & Production, has been selected as one of AEJMC’s Scripps Howard Foundation Visiting Professors for 2018-2019. Dr. Cummings will be working with WPTV in West Palm Beach, Florida. For more information on the visiting professor program, click here.
Read the latest Comm Arts Talk newsletter
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Upcoming Events:


BUG is written by Tracy Letts

Directed by Lisa Abbott

BUG is a dark comedy takes place in a seedy motel room outside Oklahoma City, where Agnes, a drug-addled cocktail waitress, is hiding from her ex-con ex-husband. Her lesbian biker friend R.C. introduces her to Peter, a handsome drifter who might be an AWOL Gulf War veteran. They soon begin a relationship that takes place almost entirely within the increasingly claustrophobic confines of her motel room. Tracy Letts’s tale of love, paranoia, and a government conspiracy is a thought-provoking psycho-thriller that mixes terror and laughter at a fever pitch.


BUG runs from February 27- March 6, 2019, at the Center for Arts and Theatre Black Box Office.

Tickets can be purchased here:

Tickets prices are $6 students, $12 general admission, faculty, and staff.


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The Theatre Program is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Theatre
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