Department of Communication

#1


Communication is today’s most important skill, according to Forbes.

48%


The median annual wage for media and communications professionals is 48% higher than the average occupation.
(U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics)

6%


The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that media and communication jobs will grow 6% by 2026.

Communication skills are essential for success in today’s world. Employers need team members who can communicate with their colleagues and stay on top of always-changing communication technologies. UToledo’s Department of Communication offers top-notch faculty and state-of-the art facilities that can provide you with the knowledge and skills you need to succeed in today’s world. As a student, you will earn how to produce and edit video, develop public relations campaigns, advertise on social media, be an effective manager, write press releases and speeches, and a lot more. Sign up for a visit to learn what a communication degree from The University of Toledo can do for you.

our programs

Communication studies class of students
Communication Studies

It pays to know how to communicate — whether you're giving a presentation, promoting a cause or an organization, or connecting with the community. Learn more

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Media Communication

The mass media and communication landscape are constantly changing. A media communication bachelor's degree gives you the versatile skills needed to adapt to evolving trends. Learn more

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100% Online Program

A perfect fit for those looking to advance their career. Our bachelor's degree in Communication Studies was built for flexibility and can be completed 100% online. Learn more

 
Last Updated: 10/5/20