Do you like writing, advertising or public relations? A degree in communication can support careers in everything from advertising to the arts.
Our top-ranked Bachelor of Arts with a major in Communication gets you a career central to any job market. You'll gain the teamwork, oral and written communications, and analytical skills employers look for when hiring.
- Program type:
- On Campus or Online
- Est. time to complete:
- 4 years
- Credit hours:
- 120 (major); 21 (minor)
Why earn a communications degree?
On-Campus or Online Communications Degree
Our on-campus facilities feature the UND Digital Communication (or DigiComm) lab. It's an innovative space, that allows for flexible classroom shapes. There's a podcasting studio, VR headsets and other digital tools.
Gain intercultural experience by studying abroad or earning a specialization in international communication.
Intern at a news agency, broadcast company, advertising firm or beyond.
Integrate media and content to communicate persuasively to specific audiences.
Communicate with classmates through digital tools, sharing ideas and presenting information.
All Communication majors must fulfill an experiential requirement. Most do so through internship.