Extra, Extra - Your Career in Communications Starts Here
The Department of Communication Studies at Canisius College, including programs in journalism and digital media arts, is among the College’s most successful. The department has a 30-year tradition of graduating leaders in the field of television broadcasting including, among others, Jodi Johnston ’95, MS ’99, television news anchor at WGRZ-TV, Channel 2; Mary Lynn Ryan ’84, southeast regional bureau chief at CNN; and Steve Brown ’83, FOX News. Numerous other professional broadcasters teach part-time in the department.
At Canisius College, we provide the latest tools and cutting-edge technology, and classes are taught by caring, knowledgeable, and experienced professors. Undergraduate degrees are offered in Communication Studies, Digital Media Arts, and Journalism, and a master's level degree in Communication & Leadership. All degrees include various concentrations.
Why Study Communication at Canisius?
- 90% of Canisius College Communication Studies alumni are working in the field.
- Communication Studies Student Projects are consistent award winners (and the only student winners) in a Public Relations Society of America professional competition.
- The Peabody Award and Emmy Award are just two of the honors that have been bestowed upon our alumni.
- The Digital Media Arts program allows students to gain cutting-edge practical and theoretical skills to create and design content using digital tools.
- Canisius’ innovative program for Journalism majors prepares students for the industry’s shift toward cross-platform news and feature reporting.
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