Division of Arts and Sciences

Programs in the Arts and Sciences

If you are looking for a well-rounded degree that supplies you with the critical thinking and problem-solving skills you’ll need for most any career path, select one of the following programs:



Communication Studies



Program Director

Dr. Mark Meachem has taught Communications at Dominican University since 2003. He is currently the Director of the Arts & Sciences Division at the college. With a background in journalism, Professor Meachem has worked as a newspaper reporter and as a magazine editor for a national publication. His academic interests include Media Studies, Media Law, Interpersonal Communication, and Communication in online environments. Professor Meachem also has had professional experience as a corporate trainer, teaching business professionals to improve their communication skills. He is the author of several articles in both magazines and newspapers as well as the book Robert Philipp, The Last American Impressionist published in 2005. He also wrote, directed, and developed “Business Etiquette,” a CD-ROM on business communication, released in 2003.

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