Communications


 

Make It

 

Make it. It's the whole point of college, right? Doing.

In Misericordia University's Communications Department, we expect our students to produce spectacular work.

From video projects to newspaper articles, from graphic design to radio shows — when you're here, you're doing things. Making things. Creating things from nothing more than an idea.

By the time you graduate, you'll be amazed at the work in your portfolio — and so will experts in the mass media field.

Learn to Succeed.

Email Department Chair, Dr. Melissa Sgroi, for more information.

 

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