Schools Offering Communication and Media Bachelor's Degrees in New York

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48
In NY
New York Communication and Media Bachelor's Degree SchoolsIn 2017, we reviewed 48 New York schools providing communication and media bachelor's degrees, and New York University is the best option.

Check the rest of New York schools providing communication and media bachelor's degrees or narrow your search by city or consider other major and diploma.


NY communication & media bachelor's degree schools:

New York University - Journalism School Ranking
New York University

New York City

CUNY Hunter College - Journalism School Ranking
CUNY Hunter College

New York City

Cornell University - Journalism School Ranking
CUNY Queens College - Journalism School Ranking
CUNY City College - Journalism School Ranking
CUNY City College

New York City

The New School - Journalism School Ranking
The New School

New York City

CUNY Brooklyn College - Journalism School Ranking
Marist College - Journalism School Ranking
Marist College

Poughkeepsie

Pace University New York - Journalism School Ranking
SUNY Oneonta - Journalism School Ranking
SUNY College at Plattsburgh - Journalism School Ranking
SUNY College

Plattsburgh

CUNY Lehman College - Journalism School Ranking
Vassar College - Journalism School Ranking
Vassar College

Poughkeepsie

Ithaca College - Journalism School Ranking
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute - Journalism School Ranking
Hofstra University - Journalism School Ranking
Molloy College - Journalism School Ranking
Molloy College

Rockville Centre

Iona College - Journalism School Ranking
Iona College

New Rochelle

College of Staten Island CUNY - Journalism School Ranking
Adelphi University - Journalism School Ranking

Other journalism bachelor's degrees in NY:

General Journalism: 25 schools
Communication Technologies: 19 schools
Public Relations: 14 schools
Speech and Rhetoric: 47 schools
Broadcast and Telecommunications: 33 schools

Other communication & media diplomas in NY:

Certificates: 4 schools
Associate's Degrees: 5 schools
Master's Degrees: 16 schools
Doctoral Degrees: 4 schools

New York journalism schools by city:

Albany: 4 schools
Alfred: 1 school
Amherst: 1 school
Auburn: 1 school
Batavia: 1 school
Bayside: 1 school
Binghamton: 1 school
Brockport: 1 school
Bronx: 5 schools
Brooklyn: 6 schools
Brooklyn Heights: 1 school
Brookville: 1 school
Buffalo: 5 schools
Canandaigua: 1 school
Canton: 1 school
Cazenovia: 1 school
Clinton: 1 school
Cobleskill: 1 school
Cortland: 1 school
Dobbs Ferry: 1 school
Dryden: 1 school
Farmingdale: 1 school
Fredonia: 1 school
Garden City: 2 schools
Geneseo: 1 school
Geneva: 1 school
Hamburg: 1 school
Hempstead: 1 school
Herkimer: 1 school
Houghton: 1 school
Ithaca: 2 schools
Jamaica: 1 school
Jamestown: 1 school
Johnstown: 1 school
Keuka Park: 1 school
Loch Sheldrake: 1 school
Long Island City: 1 school
Morrisville: 1 school
New Paltz: 1 school
New Rochelle: 2 schools
New York City: 13 schools
Newburgh: 1 school
Niagara University: 1 school
Nyack: 1 school
Oakdale: 1 school
Old Westbury: 2 schools
Oneonta: 1 school
Orangeburg: 1 school
Oswego: 1 school
Paul Smiths: 1 school
Plattsburgh: 1 school
Potsdam: 2 schools
Poughkeepsie: 3 schools
Purchase: 2 schools
Queens: 2 schools
Queensbury: 1 school
Riverhead: 1 school
Rochester: 6 schools
Rockville Centre: 1 school
Saint Bonaventure: 1 school
Sanborn: 1 school
Selden: 1 school
Sparkill: 1 school
Staten Island: 1 school
Stone Ridge: 1 school
Stony Brook: 1 school
Suffern: 1 school
Syracuse: 3 schools
Troy: 3 schools
Utica: 3 schools
Valhalla: 1 school

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