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Communication is an essential skill in today’s information economy. We’ll teach you how to do it through hands-on video production and writing.

Like sports, music, or news? How about working at ESPN, MTV, Fox News, Sony Studios, or the NFL? All of these major corporations have Norwich communications grads working for them. Our network of well-placed Norwich alumni offers an outstanding foot in the door that can and does make all the difference. Our program continues its excellent record of placing majors with national networks and publications.

As a communications major, you’ll also learn about the pressing issues arising from the convergence, collaboration, and decentralization brought by the digital age. These include the rise of new multimedia platforms, collaborative social networks, and other developing media platforms. And you’ll explore and think critically about new media and digital technology issues, from security, privacy, and surveillance to creative expression, intellectual property, and beyond.

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    To view Communications course offerings and a curriculum map for majors, minors and concentrations, see the Norwich University academic course
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  • Program Details

    If you go the digital route, you will have experience working on many video projects, including editorial skills. If you
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  • Minors & Concentrations

    Many students, including communications majors, pursue the digital media technology concentration, which features 10 different independent study courses that allow
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