Bachelor of Arts

Communication and Media

(Evening Undergraduate)

Earning a degree in communication and media is one of the fastest ways to develop your professional career in communication.

And at Lynn, you’ll study in a multicultural environment, with nearly 20% of your peers from other countries…so you won’t just learn—you’ll become more globally aware, too.

While you earn your degree, you’ll delve into theories of communication that will teach you how to communicate effectively to diverse audiences through a variety of media platforms. You will utilize various communication technologies and pursue a future-focused curriculum that expands beyond current technology. You’ll learn to recognize trends in communication and media—a skill that is invaluable in today’s competitive market. Most of all, you’ll acquire communication skills that will allow you to better interact with others on both a personal and professional level, honing your power of persuasion and leadership abilities.

Of course, all of your studies will take place in state-of-the-art learning centers, allowing you to practice what you’re learning using the newest social and mobile media technologies.

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Career opportunities

Your new degree will give you access to impressive career opportunities—many more than we could ever hope to list. Still, we’ve created this short sampling of careers you might pursue starting with this degree:

  • Journalist
  • Social media specialist
  • Advertising or public relations specialist
  • Special issues lobbyist
  • Marketing specialist

We’re happy to help you set and reach your career goals. At Lynn, all students enjoy free career planning services.

Curriculum

At Lynn, your course schedule combines core curriculum and degree-specific classes right from the start—meaning you can start studying the subjects that interest you as early as your first year.

And as a communication and media major, you’ll take such courses as Development of Technology in Communication, Impact of Developing Media on Society and Strategies in New Media Use. See the full program details:

Last modified: Sep. 26, 2013