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South Dakota State University


Department of Communication Studies and Theatre
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Brookings,SD 57007
605-688-6131
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Bachelor of Science in Speech Communication

Bachelor of Science in Theatre


Through our broad based curriculum, outstanding faculty, vibrant students and hands-on, practically based learning, our department has become one of the region's most successful and respected programs. Students may choose to major in Communication Studies or in Theatre. We offer an emphasis in Speech Education for those wishing to become high school educators, as well as minors in Theatre and Dance. Our master's degree in Communication offers advanced study in communication for those wishing to further their education by pursuing a graduate degree.

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