Top 20 Communication Programs In America

Top 20 Communication Programs in America.
Listed by School, Undergraduate Enrollment, Acceptance Rate, and Type of Institution (arranged by acceptance rates low to high).

Top 20 Communication Programs In America
Undergraduate Enrollment
Acceptance Rate
Type of Institution
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
4-year, Public
Florida International University
4-year, Public
University of Florida
4-year, Public
University of South Florida
4-year, Public
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
25, 467
4-year, Public
The University of Texas at Austin
4-year, Public
Florida State University
4-year, Public
University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
4-year, Public
Pennsylvania State University-Main Campus
4-year, Public
Ohio State University-Main Campus
4-year, Public
University of Washington-Seattle Campus
4-year, Public
University of Wisconsin-Madison
4-year, Public
University of Massachusetts-Amherst College.
Indiana University-Bloomington
4-year, Public
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
4-year, Public
TexasA & MUniversity
4-year, Public
4-year, Public
University of Kansas
Purdue University-Main Campus
4-year, Public
ArizonaStateUniversity (Tempe)
4-year, Public
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill offers a Pre-Selected Concentration in Communication Studies. Students may also create their own concentration and specialize in a specific area; all required courses must be satisfied.
Florida International University offers over 40 undergraduate courses through its School of Journalism and Mass Communication. Program allows students to earn a Bachelors of Science in Mass Communication; students may specialize in Public Relations, Advertising or Journalism.
The College of Journalism and Communications at the University of Florida awards four distinct degrees in communications: these include Advertising, Telecommunications, Public Relations, and Journalism. All four programs rank among the best in the country.
University of South Florida educates students in three concentrations; these include Performance Communication, Interpersonal Organization & Communication, and Public & Cultural Communication. Students learn the basics of communication as well as how to apply theories and practice effective communication to meet specific needs.
The Concentration in Communication Studies at the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor emphasizes the history, impact and content of mass media; students learn the impact of media on democratic institutions, everyday life and public policy.
The University of Texas at Austin’s College of Communication offers six undergraduate degrees; these include Bachelor of Science in Advertising, Bachelor of Science in Public Relations, Bachelor of Science in Communication Studies, Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences & Disorders , Bachelor of Journalism, and Bachelor of Science in Radio-TV-Film.
Students at Florida State University gain insights into the social and economic effects of media, along with its ethical and legal issues. A Bachelor of Arts or Science in Media/Communication Studies is awarded.
University of Minnesota-(Twin Cities) offers a program that combines many disciplines. Students examine human communication utilizing humanistic and social-scientific methods; program examines all forms of electronic communication.
Pennsylvania State University (Main Campus) offers a Communication program that combines courses from mass media studies and corporate communication. Students gain knowledge of how to prepare for careers in print & broadcast journalism, multimedia & video production, and advertising /public relations.
An education in Communication allows students at Ohio State University to focus on relationships between the speaker, writer, message, receiver, individual, and group, curriculum focuses on the social and cultural environment in which communications take place. Students at OSU study these elements in order to fully understand the principles of communication.
The Department of Communication at the University of Washington-(Seattle Campus) offers a Bachelors of Arts Degree with a major in Communication; it also offers a Bachelors Arts Degree with a major in Communication and Journalism.
Ranked among the best in the nation, University of Wisconsin-Madison awards a Bachelors degree in Journalism & Mass Communication. All students must complete a Journalism or Strategic Communication track. Students that write authentic theses are granted the award “Thesis Distinction.”
University of Massachusetts (Amherst College) teaches the importance of communication within society. Students explore new ways of thinking about communication, including families and new media technologies.
The Department of Communication and Culture at Indiana University-Bloomington explores broad cultural communication practices; these include oral & written language, film television and digital media.
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign offersa Bachelorsof Arts in Liberal Arts and Sciences where students may minor or major in Communications. Degrees in Advertising and Journalism are also individually awarded through the College of Media.
Texas A & M University provides an education that emphasizes all aspects of Communication. The B.A. in Communication (COMM) provides the foundation for effective communication as well as the application of learned principles in different communication situations. The B.A. and B.S. in Telecommunications provide leadership and foundation in the fields of information and telecommunications.
Michigan State University provides students with a solid training in communication research and presentation. Graduates are able to use their skills in many careers that affect society on a daily basis. Students may concurrently pursue another degree.
University of Kansas offers a program in Communication Studies, program places emphasis on two areas; Rhetorical & Political Communication, as well as Communication & Relationships.
Purdue University-(Main Campus) allows students to choose a General Communication major, or concentration in the areas of Human Relations Communication, Mass Communication, Organizational Communication or Public Relations and Rhetorical Advocacy.
Arizona State University (Tempe) awards a B.S. and B.A. in Communication. Programs educate students on the basics of how communication processes maintain, create and transform relationships in workplace and communities.


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