Bachelor of Science in Communications

Communications professor John Hufstader works with students in the MAC media labThe Bachelor of Science degree in Communications at Saint Joseph's College has two concentrations:

You can also earn a communications degree with an interdisciplinary major in one of these two areas:

No matter which focus you choose, it will encompass a core competency that includes the creation, editing and publishing of your original content. You will learn how to take pictures, tell stories, and engage audiences through printed publications, video productions or web technologies. In the process, you will learn not only the necessary skill sets, but also the perspective and empathy needed to tell a good story.

You will study courses in:

  • web development
  • digital photography and image manipulation
  • graphic design
  • animation
  • video production
  • audio production
  • journalism
  • advertising
  • mass media
  • public relations

Communications minor

A minor in Communications is available and requires students to take 20 credits of course work.

Journalism minor

A minor in Journalism is available and requires students to take 20 credits of course work.

Digital Photography Class Student Artwork

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Hands-on learning

Students in the Moving Image communications class produce videos about Riding To The Top therapeutic riding program in Windham. This video, produced by Anthony Richards '12, is called: A Tale of Two Horses - The Sudsy & Tinkerbell Story.