Quincy University's Communication program prepares you to step into the world of publishing, advertising, business communication, and community relations. Any business that values excellent written, spoken, visual, and digital communication can find those talents in our graduates.
Our program offers a bachelor of arts degree and a minor, with emphasis in five areas:
Each emphasis includes many opportunities for real-world experience, helping you build a portfolio of creative work as well as gain professional experience. You will hone your communication skills in specialized facilities, including our multimedia editing lab, field production lab, graphic design lab, on-campus television studio, and publishing lab. Our Communications curriculum includes courses taught by media professionals, and it is annually evaluated by a panel of experts.
Outside the Classroom
Quincy's Communication program also offers several extracurricular activities to make your voice heard—and gain hands-on experience.
- The Falcon (student newspaper)
- Annual Magazine
- WQUB Public Radio
- Br. Sun, Sr. Moon Players
- Communication Club
- Lambda Pi Eta (national communication honor society)