The Communication (COM) program, founded in 1966, focuses on active learning and inquiry in fundamental communication processes with specific emphasis on media arts (digital cinema and multimedia), communication in communities (local, global, organizational, and intercultural), and information and communication technologies (ICTs) as preparation for fruitful careers, enlightened citizenship, and lifelong learning.
Drawing on the rich field of mediated communication, our students understand the implications of emerging technologies as well as how messages travel across space and time, interpreted by diverse audiences.
2550 Campus Road
Crawford Hall, Room 320
Honolulu, Hawaiʻi 96822