Communication, English and Foreign Languages

We hope that you will take a close look at the exciting degree program and activities in the Department of Communication, English and Foreign Languages. Cameron offers two degrees within the Communication Department: Journalism and Media Production, and Communication with tracks in Communication Studies and Public Relations.

If you're looking to major in communication and focus your studies on journalism or radio/television, check out our new website which offers you the online version of our campus newspaper The Cameron Collegian and our weekly television productions of CUTV. The website will give you an idea of the calibre of our journalism and broadcast programs, as we are building a convergent journalism program.

Speech Communication and Public Relations/Organizational Communication students have excellent opportunities to network with corporations and professionals in the region. All of the communication students are encouraged to participate in internships as well as presenting scholarly papers at conferences.

Students also have the opportunity to participate with Cameron's Speech and Debate Team. The program has had a long history of excellence and awards. During the summer term, we offer a Speech-Debate Camp for junior and senior high school students.

-Dr. Christopher Keller, Chair

Mission Statement

The Department of Communication, English and Foreign Languages supports Cameron University's mission of offering educational opportunities for a diverse student body. The program strives to develop students' intellectual capacities, prepares students for entry into graduate school and communication-related professions, and plays a role in general education.

The Department of Communication, English and Foreign Languages supports Cameron University's mission by providing student-centered courses designed by dedicated faculty members who have extensive knowledge and experience in their fields and a deep commitment to teaching, scholarship, and service. The Department prides itself on exposing students to an array of studies in the fields of language, literature, and writing which will prepare them to contribute to communities at home and abroad by fostering cultural awareness; developing individual critical, analytical, and creative capacities; and encouraging habits of the mind that will facilitate success in rapidly changing academic and professional worlds.



The Literature Track

The Traditional Literature Track is designed for students interested in the study of literature and the English language. This track allows students the flexibility to create a personalized program of study combining courses in literature and writing. It is designed to help students in preparing for graduate school, law school, an careers in fields such as public relations, advertising, marketing, and business.

The Creative-Writing Track

The Creative-Writing Track is designed for students who want to focus on writing fiction, poetry, and/or creative nonfiction. Each student works with the program director or another creative-writing faculty member to design an individualized course of study suited to his or her interests and needs. Cameron's creative-writing students have had great success in being admitted to graduate school and have published their short stories, poems, and novels in a variety of regional and national venues. Students electing the creative-writing concentration might consider careers in public relations, teaching, advertising, technical writing, journalism, or any other field in which exceptional writing skills are required.

The English Education Major

The Bachelor of Arts with a major in English Education prepares students to teach English at the junior high/middle school and high school levels. Students take a combination of courses in literature, writing, English grammar and linguistics, and secondary teaching methods, culminating in a student teaching semester. Courses help prepare students for Oklahoma state teacher certification.


International Languages

The International Languages Major

The Bachelor of Arts with a major in International Languages is a broadly based liberal arts degree that exposes students to a variety of African, Asian, European, and Middle-Eastern languages. Students take a combination of courses in two primary languages, chosen from among Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Latin, Persian, Russian, Spanish, and Swahili. The 45-hour major also allows students to choose language electives from approximately 50 world languages. All course work emphasizes the development of both written and oral language proficiency. This program offers students an extraordinary opportunity to develop language combinations tailored to their interests and career goals.

Visit the Language Learning Center website for information on how you may learn a language at your own pace. There are dozens of languages from which to choose and any one may participate.

Contact Information

Academic Commons
2800 W. Gore Blvd.
Lawton, OK 73505-6377
580.581.2359 Voice
580.581.2562 Fax

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