Forms of communication are changing, and you are adapting just fine. You easily manage 8 social media accounts, read news online, and even write a travel blog. You are just as versatile as the degree you’re pursuing.
Good communication is important in any career, professional network, or relationship, so it’s no wonder it’s one of the top 10 most popular fields of study*. Though most of the careers within the communications field aren’t experiencing peak growth, jobs like technical writers and interpreters are growing at 15% and 46%*. In addition, the rapid growth of social media is leading to an increase in professions in online communication.
Humans will never stop communicating. A degree in communications and media is extremely versatile and can lead to paths in a variety of fields. The art of paper and pen may be lost, but with shortened attention spans, there’s never been a greater need for communication and media experts.*National Center for Education Statistics
University of North Texas offers 12 Communication and Media degree programs. It's a very large, public, four-year university in a midsize city. In 2019, 595 Communication and Media students graduated with students earning 558 Bachelor's degrees, 35 Master's degrees, and 2 Certificates.
Texas Christian University offers 11 Communication and Media degree programs. It's a large, private not-for-profit, four-year university in a large city. In 2019, 281 Communication and Media students graduated with students earning 274 Bachelor's degrees, and 7 Master's degrees.
The University of Texas at Arlington offers 3 Communication and Media degree programs. It's a very large, public, four-year university in a large city. In 2019, 291 Communication and Media students graduated with students earning 261 Bachelor's degrees, 17 Certificates, and 13 Master's degrees.
University of Dallas offers 2 Communication and Media degree programs. It's a small, private not-for-profit, four-year university in a midsize city. In 2019, 7 Communication and Media students graduated with students earning 5 Bachelor's degrees, and 2 Master's degrees.
|School||Average Tuition||Student Teacher Ratio||Enrolled Students|
|University of North Texas Denton, TX||34 : 1||39,336|
|Texas Christian University Fort Worth, TX||15 : 1||11,024|
|MediaTech Institute-Dallas Dallas, TX||37 : 1||223|
|Southern Methodist University Dallas, TX||16 : 1||11,824|
|Wade College Dallas, TX||30 : 1||182|
|Tarrant County College District Fort Worth, TX||66 : 1||50,519|
|North Lake College Irving, TX||97 : 1||11,310|
|The University of Texas at Arlington Arlington, TX||45 : 1||48,635|
|Brookhaven College Farmers Branch, TX||100 : 1||13,718|
|Cedar Valley College Lancaster, TX||114 : 1||8,786|
|Dallas Baptist University Dallas, TX||35 : 1||4,487|
|University of Dallas Irving, TX||17 : 1||2,481|
|Misericordia University Dallas, PA||17 : 1||2,503|
|Texas A & M University-Commerce Commerce, TX||31 : 1||12,109|
|Southwestern Adventist University Keene, TX||15 : 1||687|
|Southwestern Assemblies of God University Waxahachie, TX||28 : 1||2,050|
|Texas Wesleyan University Fort Worth, TX||19 : 1||2,276|
|University of North Texas at Dallas Dallas, TX||35 : 1||4,209|
|Miami International University of Art & Design-Art Institute Dallas Dallas, TX||104 : 1||519|
|Paul Quinn College Dallas, TX||46 : 1||554|