Welcome to our program
The majors and concentration in the School reflect the diversity of the field of Communication. Students in the School of Communication are provided with a solid academic background that promotes written and critical thinking skills, as well as theoretical and applied knowledge. Graduates will find themselves in a position to take leadership roles in any of the disciplines aligned with the field of communication. The ever-evolving School of Communication provides four exciting and demanding majors (Communication, Digital Journalism, Internet Studies, and Marketing Communication) and the concentration in Digital Film Making that are each a starting point for a career in our dynamic, ever changing world.
Opportunities for intense, professional application in individual interest areas are available through a series of internships, including the semester-long internship, and the senior thesis in the final year.
The Bachelor of Science in Communication is a more general program, giving students the opportunity to explore each of the other Communication programs offered at Endicott College (Digital Journalism, Marketing Communication, Internet Studies, and Digital Film Making).
Journalism, in its many forms, from broadcast and print to online publications holds a significant historical and social presence world-wide. These courses provide students with a look at the way the "news of the day" is communicated as well as the way our reality is constructed via the media.
Students majoring in Internet Studies will learn the ways that the internet and computer-mediated communication have shifted the way we now live.
Students who study Marketing Communication take a variety of classes that touch all aspects of this complex industry, including public relations and integrated marketing.