As a communication and media major at Merrimack College, you’ll sharpen your skills as a sophisticated producer and consumer of communication.
Excellent writing, speaking and media production skills are crucial for many communication careers. The majority of communication and media majors at Merrimack have at least one internship in a media or communication field. Our graduates work in areas as diverse as advertising, athletic communications, social media marketing, public relations, sales, recruitment, higher education, event planning and management.
When studying communication & media at Merrimack College, you will learn how to:
Where do communication and media majors work after graduation? Meet a selection of our alumni who are using the skills they developed at Merrimack in their careers.
See a selection of our communication and media major internships and the role they have played in our students’ education at Merrimack.
Be one of several students who intern, work or volunteer on game days with Merrimack’s Division I Athletic Communications team.
Check out our YouTube playlist and get an inside look at the Media Center, MCTV studio, The Beacon student newspaper and more.
Opportunities abound at Merrimack for hands-on, experiential learning for our communication and media majors and minors.
Professor and Department Chair, Communication and Media
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