Southern New Hampshire University

2500 N River Rd 
Manchester NH 3106 

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Bachelor of Arts in Communication (Online)

Communicating effectively with co-workers, clients and the general public requires expertise in oral, written and visual communications.

The Bachelor of Arts in communication degree at Southern New Hampshire University helps graduates develop and deliver key messages to diverse audiences.

Employers often cite good communication skills as one of the most critical qualifications in a prospective employee. The communication, computer and graphic design skills students obtain in the communication major prepare them for a variety of careers.


  • learn communication theory and industry-specific concepts that help them build public speaking, presentation and interviewing skills
  • complete course work in many areas of the field, , gaining experience with business communication, graphic design and public relations
  • may add courses and minors in advertising, film, journalism, information technology or marketing to further tailor their degrees

Electives in 3D animation and modeling, digital illustration, and digital video production are also offered.

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