UToledo media communication majors gain versatile skills in all forms of media as they prepare for a career in a field that is constantly evolving.
The mass media and communication landscape is constantly changing. The University of Toledo’s media communication bachelor’s degree program gives students the versatile skills they need to adapt to evolving trends.
Our goal is to prepare you to become marketable media specialists who can step into a variety of fields. UToledo undergraduates learn how to create, design and distribute communication across media platforms from print, radio, TV, online, mobile and virtual.
Students study journalism, social media, content producing and production.
Work on ESPN3 live sports broadcasts. UToledo’s unique partnership with ESPN3 offers students a chance to work behind-the-scenes on live productions of UToledo sporting events, including football games.
Hands-on learning with high-tech equipment. UToledo students in the Department of Communication learn by doing and have access to the same tools and resources used by professionals.
Production and on-air experience.
Internships. Faculty has extensive ties to local media outlets and can assist students in finding journalism and broadcasting internships in Toledo and elsewhere.
Experienced faculty. Learn from people who have worked professionally in the field.
Connect with UToledo alumni and industry experts. Join a student chapter of one of UToledo’s media and communication organizations, such as the Public Relations Student Society of America or the UToledo National Communication Association’s Lambda Pi Eta honors society. The groups regularly hold events and activities on campus.
Graduates with a degree in media communication may have careers in the following positions.