How we communicate is constantly changing. Become a master storyteller with dynamic courses in digital media, journalism, literature, and creative writing.
Why Study Communication Arts?
Connect one-on-one with faculty, fellow students, and other professionals through classroom instruction, hands-on learning, and internships:
- Concentrate in Corporate/Administrative Communication, Journalism, Photography, or Graphic Design.
- Learn and understand humans as thinkers and storytellers, in personal interaction, media, and writing.
- Apply communication in a variety of professional and creative contexts.
- Partner with industry leaders in various internship opportunities.
- Work alongside highly qualified faculty and mentors who have real-world experience.
- Contribute to College media publications and gain relevant skills for careers in many different fields.
What can I do with a degree in Communications or Communication Arts?
- The Abington Journal
- Clear Channel Radio
- Idea Works
- Times-Shamrock Communications
- Walt Disney World
- Brand Strategist
- Film Director/Producer
- Freelance Journalist
- Sports Broadcaster
Giant Profile: Chad Jones '23
Chad Jones is a writer for the Key, a student editor of The Plume, and a Keystone College football player. As a public relations intern with Keystone’s Office of Communications, he has written press releases and web features, and taken photographs for several departments on campus.
Keystone student-to-faculty ratio
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Amazing opportunities—on campus and beyond
From internships and experiential learning opportunities to travel and conferences, you’ll have many opportunities to conduct real-world experiences, work with your peers and mentors in your chosen field, and learn first-hand the latest skills to succeed in the real world.
Pathways to Success
You will develop the specific skills needed in Journalism, Corporate Communications, Professional Writing, and Public Speaking. At Keystone, you will develop an individual relationship with your instructors who are committed to helping you get the most out of your college experience.
The Voice of Keystone College, a student-run, on-campus, radio station.
The Key, the official student newspaper of Keystone College, is produced each semester. Students enrolled in any journalism course are required to write for the paper as part of the curriculum, however the paper is open to any student in any major who would like to write articles or take newsworthy photos for this college publication.
“I think I’ve grown so much as a student and as a person at Keystone. I have my friends and professors to thank for that. They guided and encouraged me and I was able to secure an internship with the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders.”
Amanda Kuhn Class of 2021
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