Online Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication

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“Communication is the most important skill any leader can possess.” -Richard Branson

In our modern, tech-saturated climate of constant news and stimulation, the importance of clear, powerful communication cannot be understated. Those who master the art are poised to mold minds, manage crises, enact change, and shape the conversations that define our world.

Now, you can become an expert communicator with Loyola’s online Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication. In this nationally recognized, 100% online program, you will develop the creative mindset, technical competency, and intellectual curiosity to provide visionary leadership in any field you choose.

Loyola University New Orleans’ School of Communication and Design offers a variety of specializations, including journalism, advertising, public relations, and visual communication. Whether your goal is to report live from the heart of the action or work in public relations for a nonprofit, you’ll enjoy access to world-class resources in our mass communication degree program as you grow your skills and gain valuable professional experience. Upon graduation from Loyola’s online bachelor’s degree in communications, you’ll have cultivated an impressive digital portfolio showcasing your unique talents.

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About the School

Loyola University New Orleans is a private, co-educational, Jesuit university located in New Orleans, Louisiana. Loyola College opened its doors in 1904 and was chartered as a university in 1912. Grou ... Read More

Loyola University New Orleans is a private, co-educational, Jesuit university located in New Orleans, Louisiana. Loyola College opened its doors in 1904 and was chartered as a university in 1912. Grounded in the liberal arts and sciences, Loyola offers innovative degree programs that prepare students to lead meaningful lives with and for others; to pursue truth, wisdom, and virtue; and to work for a more just world. Read less