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Digital Communication

A career in public relations, marketing, social media, or journalism can start with the B.A. in Digital Communication program from Georgian Court University.

We’ve balanced hands-on creation with foundational and experiential learning in the communications field. You’ll learn presentation, web design, writing, research, video production, and editing skills that will enable you to craft and convey high-impact messages that get results in the private and public sectors.

Digital communication is a form of mediated human communication performed with and by various technologies ranging from video and audio to blogs and social media platforms. Our major, which is grounded in an interdisciplinary fusion of communication/media theory and practice, properly prepares students for work in the ever-evolving, media-rich environment.

We have curated a program focused on experiential learning that provides a space in which students can develop their communication skills through public speaking, content creation, news writing, digital editing, and more. Students will research, analyze, and/or create a range of media content, giving them the proper tools to succeed in the private or public sector, while also allowing for the option to work freelance or continue their studies in graduate school.

Lambda Pi Eta

To become a member of the Omega Nu Chapter of Lambda Pi Eta (LPH), the National Communication Association’s Honors Society, students must have completed at least 60 credits (with 12 or more credits in CM), while maintaining a minimum 3.25 GPA for all CM-specific courses, as well as a minimum overall cumulative GPA of 3.0 for all non-CM coursework.



For more information on program requirements, consult the Undergraduate Catalog.

Boost your writing, speaking, and media skills with a minor in digital communication from GCU. This focus complements a wide variety of majors and positions graduates for career success in a variety of professional settings.

Minor Sequence

To earn a minor in Digital Communication, students must successfully complete a minimum of 18 credits including:

CM101Introduction to Mass Communication3
CM105Public Speaking3
CM217Media Production 13
CM305Media Law & Ethics3
Any two courses from the offerings in the program concentration areas. The courses do not need to be from the same concentration.6
Total Credits18
1

Digital Communication minors may not use CM217 to fulfill the Visual & Performing Arts General Education category.




For more information on program requirements, consult the Undergraduate Catalog.

In addition to our rigorous academic program, we also emphasize career and professional development through experiential learning. All students within the School of Business & Digital Media are required to complete an internship. Specifically, in Digital Communication, recent students from our program have interned with:

  • A & R Camp Production
  • Chartwells
  • Design 446
  • Epic Experiences
  • GCU Athletics

Click here for the procedure for registration and completion of an internship.

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