Undergraduate College

  • Be Genuine.

    Noel SalgadoCommunication Student
    Posted March 1, 2013

    Rosemont allows students to get the personal attention other colleges/universities can't offer. Other schools don't allow you to have lunch with your professors or the dean. I'm helping build successful sports programs too, and being part of that culture is something really special.

  • Be Inspired.

    Powell DavisCommunication Student
    Posted March 1, 2013

    Everyone at Rosemont has taught me to be inspired and expressive, and to be proud and achieve greatness in this world.

  • Be Challenged.

    Travis Staples, '16Communication Student
    Posted March 1, 2013

    I've encountered many challenges as a Rosemont student. My professors challenge me to think at a higher level. They don't portray themselves as know-it-alls, but rather have a sense of humanity and professionalism. They care about me and the rest of their students. I have made many new and close friends with freshmen and upperclassmen.

  • Be Communicative.

    Yurie KatsuyaCommunication Student
    Posted March 1, 2013

    Non-stop talking. That was my first impression when I came to Rosemont. Everyone seems to be enjoying their lives here. Communication is a very interesting major in that I learn something every day that I can use in my daily life. Professor Gilmore is the best professor!

  • Be Creative.

    John Michael Szcepaniak-Gillece, '13Communications Student
    Posted February 27, 2013

    I knew I wanted to go to a school where my creativity would stand out and I could remain myself. I have utilized my passion for photography and interest in communication by helping Rosemont with its publications. Doors have always been open to me at Rosemont. I have become stronger, smarter, and excited to go out into the world. I have also learned I can be myself.

Top 5 Reasons

to obtain a communication degree

  • 1

    Diverse Classes

    Students prepare for careers in media by offering a wide variety of courses from a diverse communication and media fields.

  • 2

    Dynamic Communication Courses

    Students apply traditional communication principles and alternative forms of mass communication through multimedia presentations and projects.

  • 3

    Focus on Creativity

    Students learn about creativity of an advertiser, objectivity of a journalist, mutli-tasking of a public relations practitioner, and oral delivery of a broadcaster.

  • 4

    Create a Portfolio

    Upon graduation, students will have one internship and three or more writing samples for a portfolio

  • 5

    Dual Degree in Communication

    This program combines a B.A. in Communication with either a M.A. in Publishing or an M.F.A. in Creative  Writing in an accelerated format.

Types of Careers

a communication degree will offer

  • 1

    Advertising Manager

  • 2

    Public Relations Specialist

  • 3

    Journalist

  • 4

    Editor

  • 5

    Online Media Manager

Past Internships

that relate to communication

  • 1

    Wired 96.5 FM

  • 2

    NEWS-Line Publishing

  • 3

    Viacom Television Stations Group

  • 4

    Clear Channel

  • 5

    MilkBoy Recording