Why CSUF Comm?
60 years as a top communications program,
the largest mass communications program west of the Mississippi,
the 2nd largest media market in the US, over 25,000 graduates,
and 4 relevant, hands-on Communication Concentrations.
Advertising concentration students learn to plan and develop consumer-focused media campaigns. Students are taught to blend creative strategy and execution with consumer and market research to aid the promotion and sale of products and services.
Entertainment and Tourism Communications concentration students learn to strategically and creatively converse with people about media and leisure industries. Students are taught to integrate communications for work in entertainment and tourism industries, including film, TV, music, sports, gaming and tourism-destination venues.
Journalism concentration students learn to evaluate, interpret and disseminate fact- based information. Students are taught relevant hands-on skills and compelling story- telling techniques that engage with audiences in multimedia platforms via print, audio, video and the web.
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To learn more about the Department of Communications, speak to a faculty member or drop by the College of Communications Advising and Student Success Center (CP 210).
Public Relations concentration students learn to plan, develop, implement and evaluate strategic communications between organizations and people. Students are taught to execute campaigns through ethical practices that engage diverse stakeholders.