Degree Levels Offered for Communications

Accredited Online Communications Degrees

School Accepts Transfer Credits Freshmen Acceptance Rate Financial Aid Rate Graduation Rate
Strayer University-District of Columbia Yes 100% 40% 67%
Anne Arundel Community College Yes 100% 43% 12%
Johnson University Yes 61% 99% 58%
University of Nebraska at Omaha Yes 80% 83% 43%
Everest College-Portland Yes 100% 96% 35%
Colorado State University-Fort Collins Yes 75% 75% 63%
Louisiana State University Eunice Yes 100% 85% 7%
D'Youville College Yes 82% 100% 40%
Kent State University at East Liverpool Yes 100% 92% 16%
West Texas A & M University Yes 69% 76% 44%
Argosy University-Phoenix Yes N/A 87% N/A
St. Thomas Aquinas College Yes 78% 96% 49%
King University Yes 72% 99% 49%
Kaplan University-Omaha Campus Yes 100% 68% 51%
Western Seminary Yes 100% N/A N/A
Rasmussen College - Romeoville-Joliet Yes N/A N/A N/A
Kent State University at Stark Yes 100% 87% 24%
Western Texas College Yes 100% 42% 54%
Brevard Community College Yes 100% 77% 47%
University of Baltimore Yes 32% 92% N/A

Communications at a Glance

Number of Degrees Conferred in Communications

    • 88,132 Bachelor's Degrees in
      Communications
      • 37% Male
        Students
      • 63% Female
        Students
    • 8,805 Master's Degrees in
      Communications
      • 32% Male
        Students
      • 68% Female
        Students
    • 578 Doctoral Degrees in
      Communications
      • 36% Male
        Students
      • 64% Female
        Students

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