The field of communication arts is dynamic and expanding.
Professionals with state-of-the-art skills are needed in a variety
Communications is the largest revenue-producing industry in New
York State. Last year alone, New York City added 10,500 jobs in
media and entertainment, reflecting a 6.6 percent boost. Movie
production was up 10 percent and the broadcasting industry added
1,700 jobs. Future growth in the industry is anticipated to add
professional positions for years to come.
You can prepare for these exciting opportunities by earning your
Bachelor of Science Degree in Communications Arts at St. John's.
Offered by the College of Professional Studies, it is one of the
most respected programs of its kind in the New York City
The 127-credit program provides a solid understanding of such
media as advertising, film, journalism, public relations,
publishing, radio, television and video production — with the
flexibility to specialize in one of those areas. Outstanding
internship opportunities keep students a step ahead in the
To learn more about the Communication Arts Programs at St.
John's, explore our program requirements, objectives, resources and courses.
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