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