The Communication Department offers a challenging, hands-on program with specialized options in Journalism, Public Relations, and Organizational Communication. Additionally, an internship program emphasizes practical application and access to job opportunities, giving students a head start on their professional careers.
Graduates of the program earn a Bachelor of Science degree and can pursue a variety of careers in newspapers, magazines, radio and television, public relations agencies and corporate departments, and government agencies.
The Communication Department houses the weekly campus student newspaper, The Poly Post, the on-line digital Post, and the magazine Ten57.
Open positions for the 2015 - 2016 school year: