Would you prefer attending a college or university that will have a large number of like-minded students studying alongside you? The graduating class of 2015 produced 5,073 freshly minted Communication and Journalism online graduates nationwide, from across 1,276 colleges and universities. Individual schools graduated as few as 1 and as many as 400, with an average-sized graduating class of about 4. Review the list below to find those schools with the most popular programs in the field, based on the number of annual graduates.
Due to lack of data, we couldn't rank every college that offers Communication & Journalism. To see a full list of all the colleges offering this program check out our listing of Annual Graduates. To see a list of all the colleges that offer online degree options in Communication & Journalism, check out our listing of Annual Communication & Journalism Graduates From Programs Offered Online.
Fargo, North Dakota
Saint Louis, Missouri
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Saint Bonifacius, Minnesota
Forest City, Iowa