Eugene M. and Christine E. Lynn

College of International Communication

International communication is changing in countless new and exciting ways.

In the College of International Communication, students learn by doing. Our projects provide credits for your degree and real-world experience for your resume.

David Jaffe, dean, College of International Communication

Message from the Dean 
In the College of International Communication, students learn by doing. Our projects provide credits for your degree and real-world experience for your resume. We train you for the future by forecasting trends in technology so, when you graduate, you are ready to fill positions with skills others have not yet mastered. 

In my analysis, four kinds of students thrive in International Communication: 

Storyteller—You express yourself through the narrative form: journalist, PR or advertising specialist, screenwriter

Visualizer—You see things through images and instinctively deliver your message graphically: digital designer, photojournalist, director 

Performer—You love to be “on,” commanding attention: actor, singer, dancer, on-camera reporter 

Artist—You are driven to create, no matter the media: illustrator, digital animator, web designer 

If one (or more) of these sounds like you, I invite you to find your place in the College of International Communication. 

David Jaffe
Dean

We're all about new and emerging media. As a student in the College of International Communication, you'll stay ahead of the trends to become a media practitioner of the future.

Choose a degree

Public relations majors take classes on their iPads in the library.

Advertising and Public Relations

Learn all the aspects of advertising and PR from expert faculty and professors who provide hands-on learning experiences for a variety of interesting projects.

Communication majors learn how to write scripts at a radio station.

Communication and Emerging Media

Gain a solid foundation in communications and media, and explore a future-focused curriculum by studying topics, such persuasion, investigation and social media.

Student working toward her communication degree in the iLynn program.

Communication and Media

Learn how to reach global audiences using the latest communication trends, and gain communication skills for better personal and professional interactions.

Students learn web design in the Wyncode Academy program.

Communication and Media: Design Strategies for Web Development

Digital media and communication aspects are combined with Wyncode’s immersive web development program to develop coders and designers with business acumen.

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Communication and Media: Digital Media

Work with the latest design software and gain advanced skills in digital photography, film, 3-D modeling, graphic design, animation, writing and web design.

Student studies for her master’s in communications in the College of International Communications.

Communication and Media: Media Studies and Practice

Hone the media talents you developed as an undergraduate with advanced communication skills, and enhance your techniques in video editing, shooting and design.

Students working in the digital art and design program

Digital Art and Design

Explore a wide range of design and media courses, and work on projects with the latest design tools, such as 3-D printers and state-of-the-art software.

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Drama

Develop your talent in acting, directing, stage management and technical design with courses taught by experts with experience in stage, film and television.

Film studies major from Lynn in a studio filming a broadcast with station crew.

Film and Television

Learn in an environment that mirrors the film and television industry, and study the production process, from pre-production planning to post-production editing.

Two students in the interdisciplinary program study together.

Interdisciplinary Program

A customizable and individualized educational path: create your own major and pursue the topics you love by combining 2 minors to create a communication major.

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Multimedia Journalism

Focus on emerging platforms, such as YouTube, Facebook and Twitter, and learn creative ways to deliver the news from professors with newsroom experience.

"Technology has changed the game. Professors have to keep up with technology, and students do as well...I attend three to four conferences per year, and I meet professors from all over the world. When I tell them about what we are doing at Lynn, they are amazed."

Erika Grodzki, professor of advertising and public relations

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