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Communication and Media Studies Minor

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As our world becomes increasingly connected, effective communication is more vital than ever before. A minor in communication and media studies from Post University provides you with highly valued and sought after traditional and digital communication skills. Students interested in careers as journalists, advertising copywriters, public relations specialists and social media coordinators would especially benefit from our communication classes.

The communication and media studies minor is one of our most well-rounded options, as coursework applies to many career fields as well as our personal lives. For a total of 15 credit hours, your communication training includes:

  • Principles of Communication and Media
  • Communication Theory
  • Mass Media and Society
  • One elective at the 300 level
  • One elective at the 400 level

As soon as you enroll at Post University, you will be supported by a personal academic advisor. They will provide one-on-one guidance every step of your educational journey, whether you choose to complete your minor online or at our campus in Connecticut. 

2COM108 Principles of Communication and Media3 crs
3COM201 Communication Theory3 crs
4COM301 Mass Media and Society3 crs
5COM300 Level Elective3 crs
6COM400 Level Elective3 crs

Enhance your skills and customize your degree with a communications and media studies minor. Consider adding this specialization to our Marketing, Management, and Sport Management degree programs. Contact our admissions representatives today, and they can answer any additional questions you have.  

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