Johnston Hall| Communication Building | Campus Tour 2019
Virtual Tours by Students
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There's actually only one communication building, and it is called Johnson, and that's where I spent most of my time here. It's a really nice modern looking building, and you will find mostly classrooms and there, along with a couple computer labs and study lounge. It's really quiet, and what's nice is on ly calm. Students are allowed to swipe into some of the rooms, which means you won't be crowded with a bunch of other people from other academic college is because I am an advertising major. A lot of my homer or assignments is actually project based versus exams and papers, which I really, really like. I really, really appreciate because I think everyone learns best by doing so. I really love working on fake campaigns and stuff like that. So if you definitely want real world experience, I had to recommend Marquette because something that were known for us having really good love now, and it's a really good way to get internships and to get your foot in the door. It's really nice is a lot of times during class that they will have guest speakers that our previous Marquette alums and they always air down to get coffee with you afterwards. Or if you shoot them an email, they'll likely want to meet up with you, and you could even get hired at their company. Typical class schedule for a communication student for me is I take about two to three advertising related classes a year, and then I also take three Jenna heads to get them all out of the way. I personally tried average around eighteen credits while the average is fifteen. Just because the workload isn't necessarily as hard as a biomedical science major or PT Major. I like to have that extra class, even if it is an elective, because they're really informative and you definitely learned a lot, and it's all super interesting, which is something that I really.