The online Bachelor of Science in Communication, Advertising degree at Appalachian
With the Bachelor of Science in Communication, Advertising offered through Distance Education at Appalachian State University, you can study online as you explore advertising topics like sales management, international retailing, media ethics, brand communications, advertising copy and design and media planning.
This Distance Education program will give you the knowledge, skills and experience you need to connect with consumers and create an engaging brand experience.
As a student in this program, you can also earn a minor in general business. You will be able to deploy the research, communication, marketing strategy and project management skills necessary for effective marketing and selling.
Distance Education at Appalachian: Keep your life… Change your future.
- Media buyer
- Market research
- Advertising manager
- Marketing specialist
- 12 hours per semester, year-round
- Completion time: Six semesters
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(Note: Not all courses listed may be delivered to Distance Education students. Refer curriculum questions to the program contact.)
The following are criteria required for entry. After admission, you may need additional transfer hours. The hours delivered by Appalachian and your transfer hours must equal 122 hours by the end of the program.
- Transfer Admission to the university
- Minimum of 50 transfer credit hours
In addition to the courses delivered by Appalachian, the following course must be completed either prior to entry into the program or while enrolled in the program. North Carolina Community College course numbers are listed on the right:
|Appalachian State University Course||NC Community College Equivalent Course|
|COM 2101: Public Speaking||COM 231|
A minor is required:
|Minor Option||Requirements completed through transfer credit (NC Community College course numbers listed in parenthesis)||Courses delivered by Appalachian State University|
|Business (online)||ACC 2100, Principles of Accounting I
ECO 2030, Principles of Microeconomics (ECO 251)
MKT 3050 (prereq: ECO 2030)
|Sociology (online)||SOC 1000, The Sociological Perspective (SOC 210)
6 additional semester hours transferable Sociology courses
Before finishing this program, you must also have met Appalachian’s General Education requirements.
All application materials must be submitted by the deadline.
|Semester Start||Application Deadline|