Degree Levels Offered for Communications

Accredited Online Communications Degrees

School Accepts Transfer Credits Freshmen Acceptance Rate Financial Aid Rate Graduation Rate
University of Nevada-Las Vegas Yes 81% 90% 39%
Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania Yes 72% 78% 61%
American Career College-Ontario Yes N/A 67% 72%
Keiser University-Jacksonville Yes 96% 98% 57%
Colorado Mesa University Yes 80% 87% 27%
Everest University-Brandon Yes 100% 99% 25%
University of Maryland-University College Yes 100% 79% 12%
University of Nevada-Reno Yes 82% 90% 51%
California University of Pennsylvania Yes 59% 92% 51%
University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Yes 76% 74% 68%
Keiser University-Daytona Yes 96% 98% 57%
Cossatot Community College of the University of Arkansas Yes 100% 93% 31%
University of Louisiana Monroe Yes 91% 97% 37%
Malone University Yes 75% 100% 62%
Rosemont College Yes 50% 99% 61%
Everest College-Salt Lake City Yes 100% 100% 46%
Southern Adventist University Yes 49% 99% 55%
Strayer University-Kentucky Yes 100% 100% N/A
Herzing University-Madison Yes 89% 100% 59%
Allen School-Phoenix No N/A 98% 79%

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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