Directory of Media & Communication Schools & Programs
Media and communication majors enjoy a host of exciting career opportunities.
Degrees in Media and Communication
What is the cornerstone of civilization? Law, education, charity? These all make fine candidates, but there remains an even more fundamental necessity: communication. Without it, chaos quite literally ensues. If you see yourself as a strong communicator and would like to make a career out of your talents--by bringing the news to people, acting as a public relations representative, or writing and editing materials that help keep the public informed--then consider making media and communications the focus of your college education.
Earn Your Media and Communication Degree
Individuals who attend schools for media and communication studies can look forward to indulging their natural curiosity about the world as they examine different forms of media, compare and critique different news sources, learn the limitations of mass media, and ponder the cultural impact of new media technology. Specific coursework may include: mass media research, global perspectives in media, media law and ethics, principles of public relations as well as speech writing.
Great Careers in Media and Mass Communication
Employers within the media and communication field value experience as much as they do formal education, so students can count on supplementing their classroom hours with an internship and/or portfolio. Consult your prospective school's directory for more detailed information.
Media and communication degrees usually take four years to complete. Career options include those of writers, editors, public relations specialists, news analysts/reporters/correspondents, and program directors. The Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts that competition for many of these jobs should remain high, as this work promises a degree of both excitement and prestige. Prepare yourself to succeed by earning a degree in media and communication.
Karin Hansen holds a degree in English from San Francisco State University.
News analysts, reporters, and correspondents • Bureau of Labor Statistics
Public Relations Specialists • Bureau of Labor Statistics
Top Online Media & Communication Schools
As the largest private university in North America, University of Phoenix has locations nationwide, and is available online in most countries around the world. Whether you're seeking a college degree at an associate's, bachelor's, master's, or doctoral level, we can help you reach your academic goal and sooner than you might think.
B.S. in Communication/Communication and Technology , B.S. in Communication/Culture and Communication , A.A. in Communications , more...
DeVry University provides quality education that employers respect, and is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association (ncahlc.org), the same organization that accredits many other well-known public and private schools.
Bacherlor's - Communications
Learning at Full Sail University has always centered around interaction and the exchange of ideas. Our online curriculum fully embraces this philosophy. We have developed our own online learning environment with the aim of being the most people-focused education experience on the web.
Public Relations, Master of Arts (Online) , Media Communications, Bachelor of Science (Online) , New Media Journalism, Master of Science
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Students may search Media & Communication programs by location, subject area, and even degree type. Our interface makes it easy to research Media & Communication schools and compare different programs side by side.
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This Media & Communication School Directory will help you find schools, colleges and universities in the USA and get the degree programs & training you need.
We make it easy to request free information and catalogs from Media & Communication Schools. Simply contact the school through the "request information" links available.
Media & Communication course curricula vary, and we suggest requesting more information from all institutions, or at least a reasonable number of them. This will allow you to compare their curricula and make the best choice for yourself.
Many of the Media & Communication universities that you can find in this school directory offer flexible online or on-campus degree programs that adapt to the most current trends and technologies in the fast-paced business world. The institutions listed in the directory offer world-class instructors that provide high quality training. Further, these schools provide unsurpassed career counseling and opportunities for both students and learning professionals.