Southern New Hampshire University

SNHU

Southern New Hampshire University offers budding communication professionals an opportunity to earn a bachelor’s degree in this field online. For those interested in gaining the skills and training necessary to work in many areas of the field, SNHU gives students the option of tailoring their degree to their interest with a concentration in professional writing or public relations.

Journalism/Communication Programs at Southern New Hampshire University

With a degree in communication from SNHU, students will be prepared to assume a number of different roles in this competitive industry. The BA in Communication is offered entirely online, making it easy for students to complete the required coursework when it’s most convenient for them. The program focuses on communication theory and industry-specific concepts that help students gain the confidence to be successful.

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Facts About Southern New Hampshire University

SNHU is a private, non-profit university with 80 years of experience in academic arena. The school is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc., (NEASC) through its Commission on Institutions of Higher Education. Degree programs are offered online or on campus in Manchester, New Hampshire. Students can choose from a variety of programs at the associate, bachelor’s, and master’s degree levels.

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Southern New Hampshire University — Southern New Hampshire University offers a MA degree in communication that combines courses in communication with a solid foundation in the liberal arts. Graduates of this program will be prepared to enter careers in advertising, business writing, corporate communications, journalism, and more. Read more about Southern New Hampshire University.

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