Communication & Journalism Majors
Whether your dream is to write and report the news, design graphics, create web sites, produce digital videos or plan promotional campaigns, Rider’s Communication and Journalism program prepares thoughtful, effective and skilled professionals. You’ll find our graduates at work at some of the nation’s top networks, agencies and newspapers.
See the successes of recent communication & journalism graduates in the sampling below.
Communication & Journalism Majors Offered at Rider
Through Rider’s comprehensive majors and minors in communication and media, students can tailor their studies to achieve their career goals.
Current Positions Held
Recent Rider communication and media graduates are putting their talents to work in print, on air, on the web and behind the scenes in a wide range of careers:
From major corporations, media outlets and production companies to sports organizations, advertising firms and non-profit agencies, Rider communication and journalism majors are in demand!
Internships / Co-Ops
Rider’s media-rich location between New York City and Philadelphia provides our students with numerous opportunities for impressive professional internship experiences to build their résumé.
Graduate & Professional Schools
Rider’s blend of academic theory and practical experience prepared our recent communications and journalism majors well for advanced graduate studies.
Average salary reported for communications and journalism majors in 2014 by the National Association of Colleges and Employers.
Rider's location allows students to frequently land internships and jobs in two of the worlds most significant media centers, NYC and Philly. Recent internships include Z100, SyFy Network, CBS News and MTV