Welcome to the Communication Programs!
The Communication Programs at Reinhardt, with six degree options, provide an energetic and dynamic home for students who are fascinated with creating media in any form--digital film production, writing for the convergent media world, photography and digital imaging, web and graphic design--and also with studying the ever-changing cultural environment in which we produce and consume mass media.
Our curriculum is global in focus and provides students with practical, relevant and integrated communication literacy skills rooted in the critical understandings produced by a liberal arts education.
We equip students not only for the present but for the future. Our major programs provide a range of options by which students prepare for leadership in tomorrow's world.
Where are the Communication majors on Reinhardt's campus? You'll find these
confident, active and engaged young adults to be some of the most involved
student leaders on campus. We are proud of the role that our majors play as
officers in student government, as leaders on the court and field in athletics,
as key players in musical and theater performances, as editors, writers and
photographers for the campus newspaper and RUTV, and as leaders of campus
The life of a Communication major is rarely dull! The classroom and real-world experiences go hand-in-hand to create opportunities for combining theory and practice to achieve tangible results in everything you do.
What Can I Do With a Degree in Communication?
Your courses help you understand how media, culture and society are connected in our rapidly globalizing economy and social world, and they prepare you for a wide range of careers in communication and media.
A degree in Communication will open the door to your future in:
- media writing, directing, editing, and producing
- print and broadcast journalism for local and national affiliates
- corporate public relations, advertising, and marketing
- elementary or high school teaching
- media or entertainment law
- conflict resolution
- corporate or non-profit training and management
- graphic design or creative team building
- corporate management
- public relations, marketing, and advertising firms
- corporate and public sector consulting
Your first step is to apply to Reinhardt.
If you haven't visited Reinhardt University, please come for a visit.
Or should you need additional information regarding admissions, please contact the Reinhardt Office of Admissions.
For more information
School of Arts and Humanities
Communication: Dr. Pam Wilson
Communication Program Coordinator
770-720-5578 - fax 770-720-9164