Department of Communication
The Department of Communication offers the Bachelor of Arts in Communication, with a wide range of attractive concentrations of study. These concentrations prepare students to graduate with the knowledge, skill, and experience profiles that are in high demand among some of the most selective employers and graduate programs in the country.
Students in the Department of Communication may choose from the following academic concentrations:internship program. Our internship program gives students valuable field experience throughout the Hudson River Valley Region and in New York City with world leaders in communication, news media, advertising, public relations, sports, publishing, television, and other industries.
The School of Communication and the Arts hosts some of the most prestigious student clubs and activities on the Marist campus, such as the Public Relations Student Society of America. Professional organizations provide students with unique experiences, as well as leadership and professional development opportunities.
- Advertising Club
- The Circle (Marist College Newspaper)
- Communication Arts Society
- Lambda Pi Eta
- Marist College Television (MCTV)
- The Reynard (Marist College Yearbook)
- Society of Professional Journalists
- Marist College Radio (WMAR)
- Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA)
|Dr. Keith Strudler, Co-Chair||Dr. Lyn Lepre, Co-Chair|