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Broadcast compelling news and ideas with a Communication degree

Got words? Good thing. It’s a communicative world out there. Humans stake their relationships, their careers, and their very lives on an ability to communicate clearly and speak effectively. And today, given the incredible explosion of media and information that electrifies our culture, a degree in Communication is a ticket to opportunity. Employers in a wide range of industries and fields look for candidates who are verbal, adaptable, creative, strategic, and responsive.

Flagler College’s Communication Program helps you achieve your fullest potential in all these areas, so you’ll be poised to take on a challenging new career or pursue graduate study in a range of disciplines, including television, radio, Internet, public relations, advertising, promotions, film, or media sales.

Communication professors go global

An inside look at Pollard Hall

communication week

Award-winning journalist and producer Lowell Bergman kicks off Com Week on March 8. See the complete schedule here.

Last Fall, communications senior Adam Barnett stepped out of his comfort zone and into an exciting and eye-opening internship in Washington, D.C.


Communication professor Tracey Eaton continues a successful career of investigative journalism and reporting.