The Communication major empowers students to think, write and communicate with excellence. The coursework is firmly grounded in the liberal arts tradition of education and seeks to enable ethical and confident engagement and leadership in diverse social contexts including academia, the arts, business, politics, and the professions.
Students in the Communication major develop the fundamental relational skills required for success in all fields. Mentored by faculty members who are published authors and respected scholars, our successful network of alumni have gone on to work in a variety of positions with organizations like SiriusXM, New York Life, New York Yankees, Madison Square Garden.
Meet John Hayes '76
Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer American Express
“My experience at Seton Hall was one of great growth and opportunity. I learned how to apply values and critical thinking to my career field.”Bob Ley ’76Host of ESPN’s “Outside the Lines”
Communication majors complete 45 credits of required courses and electives. Courses include Communication Theory, Organizational Communication, Intercultural Communication, and Moral Argumentation and Debate, among others.
Communication majors are encouraged to explore the College's unique dual-degree option. The combined program, in which students work to earn both a B.A. and an M.A. in Communication, allows students to take 12 graduate credits during their junior and senior years in preparation for a fifth year of graduate study. More information about the B.A./M.A. Communication is available here.
Many students have won honors through internships at top agencies at which they are now employed. Past placements include:
The faculty in our internationally recognized research and teaching programs are committed to guiding students to success. Seton Hall is a Catholic University where great thinkers do more than think.
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Associate Professor of Communication
Professor of Communication
Associate Professor of Communication; Director of the Institute for Communication and Religion
Assistant Professor of Communication
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