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Studying Interpersonal & Family Communication at Weber State

The emphasis in interpersonal and family communication helps you navigate intricate interpersonal relationships. This program is a good fit for students who want to use their studies to enhance their personal relationships, or assist others with communication issues.

Interpersonal & Family Communication Highlights

In the interpersonal and family communication emphasis, you have the option to take classes from a variety of departments, including English, child and family studies, psychology and social studies.

Casey Stratton

Class of 2016

“Other academic programs can give you facts to memorize. The interpersonal and family communication program provides an opportunity to turn knowledge into wisdom.”

What You’ll LEARN at Weber

Your coursework will give you a strong foundation for navigating dynamic and complex human relationships.

Topics of study include:

  • Conflict management
  • Family and gender communication
  • Organizational communication
  • Intercultural communication

What You CAN DO After Weber

A degree in communication with an emphasis in interpersonal and family communication prepares you for a career in communications or for graduate studies in law, social work or communication.

If you have questions, contact a WSU Career Advisor.