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Communication, Film & Media Studies

Today, as we stand knee-deep in computers, tablets, smart phones, TVs, DVD players, and radios, with thousands of satellites transmitting untold amounts of data per second, you’d think there wouldn’t be any room for a communications gap.

Nevertheless, with so many media delivering so much information, effective interpersonal and mass communications skills have never been more crucial.  Our bachelor’s programs cover both aspects of communication — how to frame the message and how to master the technology that delivers it.

We have so much to offer, and we can't wait to meet you.

Attend our special Communication Open House on February 12 or March 25. You can try the equipment or tape a commercial to post to your Instagram page. And we'll give you a t-shirt to show off your Charger Pride. Find out more by clicking here! >

Focus on the Media Career of Your Choice

We offer both a B.A. in Communication and a B.S. in Communication, which teaches highly sought-after production skills. Each degree has its own concentrations so that you can focus on the media career of your choice:

B.A. Concentrations

  • Digital Media
  • Interpersonal Communication
  • Journalism
  • Public Relations

B.S. Concentrations

  • Film Production
  • TV/Video Production

Start Your Career

You won’t have to wait until graduation to start your career, either. Our students intern at some of the most exciting companies in the world — which often leads to a full-time job offer:

Internships

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Fine-tune your competitive edge on our state-of-the-art equipment.

Fine-tune your competitive edgeAlthough the University of New Haven is just a train ride away from New York — home to some of the most sophisticated television production facilities in the world — you needn’t board that train to find a state-of-the-art broadcast set. There’s one right here on our campus.

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