entry image

Bachelor of Arts (Communication) – Full-time

Communication Skills Crucial To Career Advancement

Learn insights and skills in the art and process of inter-personal communication with an international focus.

The program is taught by engaged, committed faculty. Coursework includes hands-on experience, active class presentation and participation, projects and all the best practices of American college education.
 


Further Education

Graduates have also gone on to graduate schools for further studies in the areas such as Psychology, Law, Public Policy, School Administration, Information Science, Political Science and Sociology.


Career Prospects

Strong communication skills are prerequisite for positions in all organizations today, such as:

  • Public relations consultants and advertising agencies
  • Mass media
  • Corporate communication & marketing communication
  • Civil and social agencies
  • Other professions


Why Study at SIM-UB

Distinctive features of SIM-UB programs:

  • High quality and interactive American education
  • Students admitted are regular UB students (no distinction between Singapore and Buffalo)
  • Admission standards and academic expectations are the same as UB
  • Accreditation and recognition of UB degrees
  • Quality assurance mechanisms
  • Option to study one semester in Buffalo’s home campus in US
  • Full-time Resident Director and Assistant Resident director
  • Full-time Academic Advisors
  • Full-time, regular UB faculty and visiting faculty teach in the program covering the full semester
  • Excellent value with lower tuition costs here than studying in the US
  • Successful graduates and extensive alumni network


Other full-time UB programs offered at SIM:

Bachelor of Arts (Communication and Economics)
Bachelor of Arts (Communication and International Trade)
Bachelor of Arts (Communication and Psychology)
Bachelor of Arts (Communication and Sociology)
Bachelor of Arts (Economics)
Bachelor of Arts (Economics and International Trade)
Bachelor of Arts (Economics and Psychology)
Bachelor of Arts (Economics and Sociology)
Bachelor of Arts (International Trade)
Bachelor of Arts (International Trade and Psychology)
Bachelor of Arts (International Trade and Sociology)
Bachelor of Arts (Psychology)
Bachelor of Arts (Psychology and Sociology)
Bachelor of Arts (Sociology)
Bachelor of Science (Business Administration)
Bachelor of Science (Business Administration) and Bachelor of Arts (Communication)
Bachelor of Science (Business Administration) and Bachelor of Arts (Economics)
Bachelor of Science (Business Administration) and Bachelor of Arts (International Trade) 
Bachelor of Science (Business Administration) and Bachelor of Arts (Psychology)
Bachelor of Science (Business Administration) and Bachelor of Arts (Sociology)
Bachelor of Science (Business Administration and Geographic Information Science)
Bachelor of Science (Geographic Information Science)
Bachelor of Science (Geographic Information Science) and Bachelor or Arts (Communication)
Bachelor of Science (Geographic Information Science) and Bachelor or Arts (Economics)
Bachelor of Science (Geographic Information Science) and Bachelor or Arts (International Trade)
Bachelor of Science (Geographic Information Science) and Bachelor or Arts (Psychology)
Bachelor of Science (Geographic Information Science) and Bachelor or Arts (Sociology)