From Broadway to CNN...
From Hollywood’s back lots to your local TV news...
From Shakespeare in the Park to Broadway...
Whether you want to appear in front of the camera, show your dramatic range under the proscenium arch or manage the action behind the scenes, you’ll benefit from the small class sizes and personal attention you receive when you study Performance Communications at Albertus Magnus College.
You can individualize your program, sample a variety of topics, find your niche, develop your focus and enhance your best mix of talents and passions whether you’re clear in your career direction or curious about the possibilities. You’re also setting the stage for graduate study in fields that range from communications, broadcasting and media to law and business administration.
AMC’s faculty members like to get to know you and want to see you succeed. They share their own professional work, expect an active exchange of views with you and encourage flexible perspectives about options for your future.
Internships expand upon what you learn in class by taking you into workplace situations that can help you build your career network and enhance your personal career goals. You may find yourself at sites such as ESPN, Good Morning America or New Haven’s Channel 8 television. In addition, AMC’s own Act 2 resident, non-Equity professional theater offers opportunities for acting and dramatic production as it readies you for auditions at our many regional theatrical venues, such as the Yale Repertory Theatre, Long Wharf Theatre and the Shubert Theater.
With your portfolio or the final thesis you may choose to research and write, you’re well positioned to apply to graduate schools and demonstrate your academic and experiential knowledge to potential employers.
You may also study for a minor in communications.
Concentrations (sequences) in Communications
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