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What You Learn

You develop an understanding of today’s communication landscape and acquire the skills needed for a successful career.

  • Sharpen your skills in team and organization building, leadership, listening, public speaking, multicultural communication and conflict resolution

  • Create, produce and edit new content for print, television, radio and social media

  • Understand best practices for communicating through a variety of channels

  • Study theory and media ethics

  • Examine emerging media markets and trends

  • Acquire business acumen and advocacy skills

  • Develop meaningful connections in various industries and establish a professional network

You can specialize in one of four major areas of study: communication studies, media/film, journalism and public relations.

You can also complete your degree at Kean Ocean in Toms River.

B.A. in Communication | Communication Studies

B.A. in Communication | Public Relations

B.A. in Communication | Media and Film

B.A in Communication | Journalism

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My favorite aspect of the Kean experience has definitely been the culture. Once you're a part of the Kean community, there's this natural feeling of unity and pride that follows throughout your years here and even after graduating. Everyone here has different backgrounds and many stories to tell."

Christine Lopez '18
Christine Lopez
Students in building studying

Kean has many professors who are experts in their fields. You’re not just learning from a textbook, you get a lot of real-world experience."

Sara Ridgeway '18
Communications alumna Sara Ridgeway

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