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The Bachelor of Arts in Professional Communication meets the needs of people who are interested in or who have prior learning/work experience in a communications-related field. These areas can include: advertising, journalism, graphic arts, marketing, multimedia, film, web design and radio/TV broadcasting.

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“My dream is right in front of me and I’m reaching for it. My end goal is to be a respected TV and film producer. Education earns respect. Siena definitely gave me that badge of honor that I know is there.”

Randy Holloway, ’10

TV and Film Producer

Detroit, Mich.

Randy Holloway, '10

Learn about SHU Global’s nationally ranked Online Program.

The bachelor\’s degree in Professional Communications meets the needs of people who are interested in, or who have prior learning/work experience in, a communications-related field. SHU’s bachelor’s degree in communications goes above and beyond the traditional communications degree to prepare students for effective verbal and written communication, in addition to the technological proficiency and research skills required in today’s workplace. The bachelor\’s degree in Professional Communications integrates Siena Heights’ Dominican traditions and mission of a competent, purposeful and ethical learning environment that prepares each individual to embody these values well beyond graduation.

The bachelor’s degree in Professional Communication is designed for people who are pursuing jobs/careers in the following areas: advertising, journalism, graphic arts, marketing, multimedia, film, web design and radio/TV broadcasting. In addition, there is a Professional Communication degree elective requirement that enables students to focus their major on their goals and interests.

Classes are delivered in a 7-week format, and courses are flexible and are offered online and/or on ground. Finish your communications degree in a time frame that works with your schedule – in as little as two years, depending on your remaining requirements and availability.


Mary Raymond
Associate Professor of Professional Communications
mantonar@sienaheights.edu
818-667-9711

  • Provides a versatile skill set, as students learn myriad communication skills that will be useful regardless of the career path
  • Prepares students for today’s fast-paced work environment by effectively utilizing a variety of communication technology tools
  • Comprehensive content offers a broad range of career options

Costs & Aid

We know that college can be expensive, but we don’t want cost to keep you from attending Siena Heights University! We offer numerous financial aid opportunities. Federal aid is available to students who qualify by completing the FAFSA. Feel free to contact us with questions about financial aid opportunities, or click on one of the links below.