Communication in Technology (B.S.)

Overview

The Communication in Technology B.S. degree at SUNY Cobleskill prepares students for a wide variety of professions in communications, publishing, news media, broadcasting, government, advertising, public relations, or countless other fields that require communications professionals on staff. SUNY Cobleskill understands that students may have numerous jobs during the course of a lifetime and may need to master lots of information media. Therefore, the faculty seeks to instill a broad set of applied skills that students can take into the work force. Besides key areas of study in critical thinking, writing, research, and presentation, students also undertake applied courses in graphic and Web design, TV production, layout and typography, digital imaging and animation, journalism, mass media, marketing, and advertising. SUNY Cobleskill also has internship agreements with many major organizations as well as an in-house TV studio that also serves as the local access cable station. Mass communication is an exciting and growing area of study in this fast-paced world, and SUNY Cobleskill offers students a great deal of one-on-one faculty contact and an applied, hands-on curriculum that prepares them for the contemporary communications workplace.

 

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