Communication, Journalism, and Related Programs Colleges & Degree Programs

Are you a news junkie? Can't seem to ever get enough of what's going on in the world? Do you live for the thrill of the chase? If so, you may be the perfect candidate for a career in journalism or communication. Earning a degree in journalism or communication will prepare you for an exciting career as a reporter, TV network broadcaster, radio show host, writer, editor, public relations manager, advertising agent, or any number of related career opportunities.

Earning a degree in journalism or communication is the best way to get your career off on the right foot. A degree in journalism, communication or closely related discpline will teach students how messages and communications across various media are produced, interpreted and utilized. The study of journalism and communication will delve into many different contexts, channels, and cultures, preparing graduates to apply their new acquired knowledge in a wide array of real-world career settings. Students will also develop skills in writing, speaking, and other communication methods, preparing them to facilitate effective communication in whatever career field they choose to pursue. From speech and rhetoric to mass communication, there is no shortage of career opportunities for students who earn a degree in journalism or communication. Jobs will be plentiful for those with interpersonal communication, to print and broadcast journalism, to digital media, public relations and advertising skills. Career opportunities for journalism and communication graduates can also be found in political, health, or sports communication or publishing. In today's world, where information is always changing and is free, a degree in the communications arena provides students with a host of opportunities for rewarding careers.

There are hundreds of colleges and universities throughout the United States offering degrees and majors in journalism, communication and related subjects. When evaluating educational opportunities we highly recommend selecting a program that is accredited by the Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communications and/or The American Communication Association. Earning your degree from an accredited program will help ensure you receive the best education available for your money, and that you earn a degree that will help you maximize your career oppportunities upon graduation.

Below is a complete directory of the colleges and universities in the U.S. offering degree programs and majors in communication, journalism and related areas of study.

Speech Communication and Rhetoric Mass Communication/media Studies Communication and Media Studies, Other Journalism Broadcast Journalism Photojournalism Journalism, Other Radio and Television Digital Communication and Media/multimedia Radio, Television, and Digital Communication, Other Public Relations, Advertising, and Applied Communication organizational Communication, General Public Relations/image Management Advertising Political Communication Health Communication Sports Communication International and Intercultural Communication Technical and Scientific Communication Public Relations, Advertising, and Applied Communication, Other Publishing Communication, Journalism, and Related Programs, Other
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