Degree Levels Offered for Communications

Accredited Online Communications Degrees

School Accepts Transfer Credits Freshmen Acceptance Rate Financial Aid Rate Graduation Rate
Pennsylvania State University-World Campus Yes 55% N/A N/A
Bellevue University Yes 100% 88% 37%
SUNY College at Plattsburgh Yes 48% 95% 61%
Southeast Technical Institute Yes 100% 6% 34%
University of Phoenix-Houston Campus Yes 100% 96% 20%
Pima Medical Institute-Tucson Yes 100% 74% 71%
Northland Community and Technical College Yes 100% 92% 30%
Chamberlain College of Nursing-Florida Yes 20% 100% N/A
Washington Adventist University Yes 43% 98% 31%
Pfeiffer University Yes 60% 99% 45%
Florida International University Yes 40% 93% 49%
Clarkson College No 32% 91% 59%
Seattle Community College-North Campus Yes 100% 54% 29%
Vatterott College-Joplin Yes 100% 91% 45%
Johns Hopkins University Yes 18% 60% 92%
Saint Joseph's College of Maine Yes 80% 100% 51%
SUNY Empire State College Yes 82% 95% 28%
Rogers State University Yes 55% 86% 16%
Pima Medical Institute-Seattle Yes 100% 86% 68%
Hocking College Yes 100% 64% 33%

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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