Communication Arts

Communication Arts

Students being taught in a TV production studio setting

Concentrations in Communication Arts

Maybe you dream of hosting your own television or radio show or becoming a groundbreaking journalist or blogger. Or maybe you prefer to work behind the scenes as an editor, producer, technician, or camera operator. STAC’s degree in communication arts prepares you for all of this, and more. You have the option of pursuing Broadcasting & Digital Content Production, Social & Interactive Media or a general track.


In addition, our social media minor will help you navigate and work in today’s social media culture. The minor combines marketing and public relations courses to make sure you understand how to develop meaningful content across a range of social media platforms.

Featured Profile
Lauren Higgins
Lauren Higgins
Communication Arts, 2016

Lauren landed a coveted position in NBCU's Page Program after graduation. But it wasn't easy. Read more about how her persistence paid off.

STAC FUTURES: Communication Arts


Communications Strategist/Journalist/Public Relations Director/Social Media Producer/TV Producer/Videographer


Apple/CBS News Network/NBC-Universal/Mercedes Benz/YES Network/WebMD

Student Work Feature:
TV Journalism

Students in the Television Journalism class produce traditional news broadcasts throughout the semester. Other studio production classes produce various creative pieces and short films. Check out their YouTube Channel to view more.