Bachelor of Arts in Communication
The Bachelor of Arts in Communication program provides students with hands-on experience in journalism and communication as well as an understanding of the social and cultural impact of media. NDNU students are well prepared for positions in a vast range of fields such as journalism, public relations, corporate communication, and marketing. A strong internship program provides opportunities for practical application and access to job opportunities. The Argonaut is our award-winning newspaper and website that gives students an opportunity to dive into the process of news production from writing and editing to layout and advertising sales. Students in other majors are also able to obtain a Minor in Communication.
Some student internships include KRON News, Boys and Girls Club, Belmont Chamber of Commerce, KTVU Sports, San Francisco Magazine, VISA, Red Cross, Wave Magazine, as well as various placements in real estate, marketing, public relations and event planning companies.
The Argonaut is our award-winning newspaper. Our small size gives students an exceptional opportunity to dive into the process of newspaper production from writing and editing to layout and advertising sales. Each year, a number of The Argonaut staffers are fully funded by the Communication Program to travel to collegiate media conferences in the western United States. At The Argonaut, all students are welcomed and encouraged to contribute.
NDNU admits students throughout the year for fall, spring and summer semesters. Please review the NDNU General Catalog for complete admission requirements.
Judy Buller, Ph.D., Program Director, Communication
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Louella Jorgensen, SBM Undergraduate Analyst
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