Discover Our Communications Degree Program
Entering a bachelor's degree program in Communications from DeVry University can help you develop the skills and competencies employers seek, including one of the most valued skills in today's economy: the ability to communicate effectively. Students in DeVry University's Communications program develop highly demanded applied skills around one of four chosen specializations (see "Degree Specialization Options" below). The Communications degree program will not only prepare you for a diverse set of roles and industries, such as administration, communications, or consulting, it can put you on the path to career success in a dynamic working world. Start on the path to a career in communications.
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Degree: Bachelor of Science in Communications
Requirements: 8 full-time semesters, 122 credit hours
Degree Specialization Options: We offer four specializations within the Communications degree program. Students dedicate at least 28 credit hours of their coursework to their preferred specialization.
- Business Communication
- Communication Design Management
- Emerging Media Communication
- Technical Communication
Learn at A Local Campus, Online or Both
Please note that degree program and course availability varies by location. Some required coursework may be available online only.
Consider a Technical Communication specialization as part of the bachelor's degree program in Business Administration, Management or Technical Management through the College of Business and Management.
Success Beyond Graduation
At DeVry University, everything we do is focused on your career success. The proof is in the numbers. For the last 5 years, DeVry University graduates have worked at 96 of the Fortune 100 companies.* In fact, each year thousands of our graduates find themselves right where they want to be—employed in their field of study.
*DeVry University graduates from October 2004 - June 2009 in the active job market. Active job market includes those employed prior to graduation. Fortune 500 ranking, 2009.
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