About the School of Communications
The world of communications is constantly evolving, taking advantage of the latest technologies and responding to changes in the way people like to share ideas and information. At Quinnipiac, graduate students from a wide range of backgrounds are preparing themselves for successful careers in this fast-moving, competitive environment.
Quinnipiac University is consistently ranked for excellence in education and recently named the top up-and-coming university in the North, by US News & World Report. Quinnipiac University is a private, coeducational university with 6,500 undergraduate and 2,500 graduate, law and medical students. The University is consistently ranked among the best universities by US News & World Report. Quinnipiac (pronounced KWIN-uh-pe-ack) offers 58 undergraduate majors and more than 20 graduate programs and has the distinction of having both a law school and a medical school.
Quinnipiac University's School of Communications has earned a global reputation for excellence in undergraduate and graduate education. Our network of alumni testifies to the strength and reach of our programs within professional media. Students from our programs are recruited by top companies that seek their expertise in preparing and producing content for online distribution for advertising, entertainment, marketing and news companies.