Communications Student Studying in Bachelor's Degree Program  at Wilmington University
College of Arts and Sciences

Bachelor of Science in Communication

A B.S. in Communication in Step with Today’s Business and Media Landscape

Modern communicators must be more well-rounded than ever, conveying information and ideas artfully through a variety of platforms. In the Wilmington University bachelor’s degree in communication program, you’ll learn effective, strategic communication, branding and storytelling from leading practitioners.

Customize your Bachelor’s in Communication with a Concentration

Tailor your communication degree to meet your goals. The Integrated Marketing Communication degree program focuses on the use of marketing, advertising and public relations to craft unforgettable brands. The Media Communication degree program prepares you to use print, broadcast and digital channels to inform and persuade target audiences. You can further customize your communication degree program with a Dual-Credit Certificate.

Build Your Resumé and Network with Your Communication Bachelor’s Degree

Communications courses blend with on-the-job skills in a required cooperative learning experience. Add tangible assets to your resumé and increase your professional connections prior to graduation in this versatile and affordable business communication degree program.

Earn a Technical Communicator Certification As Part of Your Degree

Courses like Advanced Technical Communication give you a triple advantage: solid skills and experience, credits toward your communications degree, and preparation for the Certified Professional Technical Communicator (CPTC) Exam, which gives you a competitive edge in the domestic and international job markets.

The BS in Communications at Wilmington University is a Middle States accredited program Wilmington University is accredited by Middle States Commission on Higher Education
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Choose from Two Specialized Communication Concentrations

  • Integrated Marketing Communication (IMC)
  • Media Communication
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Finish your communication degree faster by transferring credits. 
40 courses 120 total credits

$1,116 per course

Cost of a typical 3-credit course taken at our 
New Castle campus or onlineWilmington University tuition is based on cost-per-credit. 
You only pay for the courses you need to complete your communication degree.

Career and industry outlook for
B.S. in Communication graduates.

A communications degree opens the door to a fulfilling career and jobs in many industries.

Source: Emsi Economic Modeling, LLC, 2018

11.8% Job Growth

More than 43,000 Annual Openings

$31.53 Median Hourly Earnings

I like work that allows me to express my creativity. The B.S. in Communication program appealed to me because I find writing, designing and developing brands to be challenging and fun. I recently achieved my educational goal of attaining my bachelor's degree and landing a marketing and communications position. Krista Fowler, B.S. in Communication, Concentration: Integrated Marketing Communications
Krista Fowler, B.S. in Communication Graduate from Wilmington University

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