BA in Communications
Join a community of artists—learn theology, theory, and technique
You can earn your Bachelor of Arts in Communications from Moody Bible Institute and create the future of ministry media. Get opportunities you won’t find in any other communications program. You can work on one of the six practicum teams such as the Moody Media Lab, a professional student-led creative agency for anyone on campus who wants to be involved.
You’ll develop your knowledge of theology, technique, and technology as you study in community.
- graphic design
- fine art
Your Communications Studies
As you study, you’ll:
- Research the theory and theology of communications
- Share the gospel using technological tools, techniques, and your chosen medium
- Use creative computer programs like the Adobe editing suite
- Build your professional portfolio
- Theologically evaluate the rapidly evolving media and culture landscape
- Develop your biblical philosophy of creativity and communication
- Explore how to create and communicate meaningful messages across contexts
Meet Your Communications Professors
Learn from experienced faculty mentors such as Brian Kammerzelt, program head of Communications. Study videography with Robert Gustafson, associate professor of Communications, and writing with Kelli Worrall, professor of Communications.
After you graduate with your Communications degree
You’ll graduate with a professional portfolio and access to a global network of ministry partners eager to bring theologically sound, practically trained storytellers on board. You can pursue a career as a:
- graphic designer
- radio host
- media firm manager
You’ll be equipped to serve well wherever God takes you.
Every class in your degree is paid for by the Chicago Tuition Grant, so tuition is worry-free. Every Chicago undergraduate student is awarded this grant, worth up to $10,000 a year. You’re only responsible to pay the remaining amount for room and board, fees, and costs—making a Moody degree the best value in Christian education. Find out how to defray the remaining costs with scholarships, grants, student loans, student employment, and veterans benefits.