Communication meets innovation in one multifaceted program

Guided by a team of award-winning and practiced multimedia professionals, students hit the ground running in a professional approach to learning. On-campus reporting, broadcasting, and event coordinating are just a few of the opportunities providing students with resume-building experience and career-building connections.

“The art of communication is the language of leadership.”—James Humes


  • Multimedia Journalism
  • Public Relations and Strategic Communication
  • Sports Communications

Your Courses

Technology-minded and hands-on curriculum keeps pace with the dynamic field of communication. Students discover their niche in a wide variety of course offerings, and then sharpen their skills in small specialized classes. Hands-on class projects get students on-air, in publications, and working directly with area businesses. Students create portfolios to be evaluated by a panel of professionals prior to graduation.

My Senior Portfolio

My senior portfolio was a huge success and a big reason why I got my job with the Cardinals. It was very beneficial to have something to say ‘this is what I can do and have done’.
Mark Taylor '06, Director of Community Relations, St. Louis Cardinals

A Few of Your Career Options

  • News Broadcaster
  • Newspaper Reporter
  • Television Producer
  • Sports Broadcaster
  • Human Resources Manager
  • Public Relations Manager
  • Event Planner

Internship Opportunities

  • Internship opportunities at 125 corporations, many paid, as early as freshman year.


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Fun Fact: Francis Hall—QU’s main building—was constructed in 1893 and at one time housed a library, cafeteria, and bowling alley.

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