Top 5 Reasons to Study Communication and Journalism at Rider

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1. Academic Depth and Personal Attention
Nearly all your communication classes will be taught by full-time faculty— all prepared at the doctoral level with extensive experience in their disciplines. Professors include working journalists, leading communication theorists and noted authors who bring diverse cultural educational backgrounds to the classroom. Faculty members are committed to providing students with a highly personalized education through one-on-one support and attention.

2. Outstanding Internships and Co-ops
Rider has one of the most extensive communication and journalism internship and co-op programs in the country. You will earn academic credit while gaining on-the-job experience with leading communication, journalism corporate and non-profit organizations.

3. Great Career Paths
Rider offers you six different communication and journalism majors as well as nine minors in communication and journalism that can be tailored to meet your career goals.

4. Media-Rich Location
As a communication student at Rider, you will have access to the major media markets of New York City and Philadelphia — as well as opportunities in nearby Princeton and the burgeoning Route 1 corridor.

5. Quality Learning Facilities
Your studies will include hands-on experience in a well-equipped HD television studio and digital media labs that offer cutting-edge software.