Communication focuses on the ways that people make use of both verbal and nonverbal messages to generate meanings within various contexts, cultures and media. Since most of a person’s day is spent communicating, the importance of being able to communicate clearly cannot be overemphasized.
Prepared for a promising future
Communication skills are essential to personal satisfaction and academic success, as well as employment. The process of communication is at the heart of all personal and professional relationships.
Our graduates go on to work in:
- Public Relations
- Social Media Management
- Crisis Communication
- Organizational Communication
- Corporate Training
The Multimedia Journalism program is certified by the Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism & Mass Communications for our undergraduate programs in journalism and radio-television. Only 109 schools in the U.S. are accredited by ACEJMC.
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