Bachelor of Arts in Communication and Media Studies
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This program is offered on Campus and Online.
Thanks to technology, the world is more connected than ever before, and information is accessible anywhere we go. With a Post University education, you can turn your passion for staying in-the-know into a career as a journalist, advertising copywriter, public relations specialist, social media coordinator or other communication jobs.
As a student in our communication degree program, you’ll develop traditional and digital communication skills that are essential in both your professional and personal lives. Your coursework will cover:
- Oral, written and visual communications
- Current and emerging technologies
- Research methods
- Legal and ethical implications
- Intercultural sensitivity
Once you complete your core communication courses, you will have the opportunity to tailor your degree to your specific career objectives with a concentration in Social Media or Strategic Communication.
From the moment you enroll at Post University, you will be supported by a personal academic advisor. They will provide guidance at every step of your communication training, whether you choose online classes or our on-campus program in Connecticut.
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B.A. IN COMMUNICATION & MEDIA STUDIES TOTAL CREDITS
ENG110 College Writing
ENG130 Literature and Composition
COM107 Introduction to Communication
CIS112 Introduction to Computing
The university reserves the right to change or update the curriculum at any time. The university will notify students of any changes officially through the university website. For full course descriptions please refer to the University Catalog for the current Academic Year.
The university reserves the right to change or update the curriculum at any time. The university will notify students of any changes officially through the university website.
For full course descriptions please refer to the University Catalog for the current Academic Year.
Students will produce professional oral and written communications, individually and collaboratively, in both organizational and interpersonal settings.
Students will demonstrate proficiency of research methods and differentiate information as it applies to media and/or organizational communication.
Students will create professional visual methods of communication, individually and collaboratively, within media and/or organizational communication settings.
Students will recognize and respond to legal and ethical implications that develop in various communication environments.
Students will evaluate historical elements to predict new trends in media and/or organizational communication settings.
Students will demonstrate intercultural sensitivity and apply understanding within organizational and interpersonal settings.
Students will apply theories in the field of communication within professional and interpersonal circumstances.
Students will utilize current technology competently and apply knowledge in media and/or organizational communication environment.
Curriculum for your Social Media concentration will show you what it takes to predict trends in social media through the exploration of its historical and contemporary elements. You’ll also gain the skills to create relevant visual communications to build and maintain a successful social media presence for organizations of any size.
Pursuing coursework in the Strategic Communication concentration will give you the skills to create and implement communication plans for a wide variety of organizations – private and non-profit. You’ll learn what it takes to evaluate, design, conduct and distribute information and data via numerous channels, including and especially social media.
If you’re ready for a new career that aligns with your interests, contact Post University today about our communication degree and see how our personal approach makes all the difference in your educational journey.
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