The three degree programs offered through the Department of Communication — Broadcasting Arts and Technology, Communication and Journalism — are perennially popular majors, ones that are readily transferable to four-year schools and provide great career opportunities.
Included among those careers are the following:
- New Media Production: journalism, web design, content management and blogging
- Public and Organizational Communication: public relations: (promotion, strategic communication, crisis or conflict management); public speaking: (speech writing, and political messaging, corporate training); advertising and marketing: (campaign and creative development, and ad sales); social media management: (network development, viral marketing)
- Media Research: public opinion polling, search engine optimization, applied and academic research
- Broadcasting: script writing. television, radio and film production
Broadcasting Arts and Technology, Communication and Journalism students have had internships with 77WABC, Cablevision, Geffen Records, Giaranomo Productions, MSNBC, Morris Videoworks, NBC, WDHA, WMBC, WPLJ-FM, WWORTV, M&M Video Productions, CNBC, MTV Network, Wilray Audio Visual, Oxygen Media, WCBS-TV, Granada TV, Debar-Mercury, Goddess Connections, AMA Fight Club, Grafica Group, Green Room PR, and MSNBC.