Digital Communication

Gain insight into the evolving field of Digital Communication as you learn to design, produce and manage digital content for a wide variety of contexts and careers. Offered as a major.

Program Overview

Engage in a program that balances theoretical knowledge with practical skill to help you become a leader in designing and managing digital content in any field or organization. Students will gain experience in both digital writing and digital production, while also developing expertise in strategy, message design, platform delivery and assessment.

  • Learn from a dedicated faculty of prominent scholars, teachers, mentors and accomplished media and digital content professionals who serve as advisors, guiding your selection of courses aligned with your interests and goals.

  • Focus on digital communication technologies as both the consumer and the creator. 

  • Engage in unique coursework that focuses on three key areas: theories and concepts of Digital Communication, how to effectively design and manage digital content based on unique goals, as well as how to create and produce the content needed to engage a variety of communities across multiple platforms.

  • Develop and produce digital content, from social media to podcasts, using state-of-the-art production facilities and techniques.

  • Participate in experiential learning opportunities such as internships, competitions, practicums and research collaborations with faculty.

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  • A strong foundation integrating business, STEM fields and the liberal arts develops critical 21st century skills essential for success and continuous growth in every field.
  • Every student graduates with a major and a complementary minor, gaining a competitive advantage that highlights the acumen and problem-solving abilities cultivated through experiential learning.
  • Whether you begin a career or continue your education after graduation, Bryant credentials prepare impact thinkers who are in high demand and prepared to contribute and make a difference.
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The Bryant Difference

$68K Salary

Median starting salary of Bryant’s graduates.

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Top 4%

College Factual 2022 rankings list Bryant's Communication program as a top 4% program in the nation.


Percentage of Bryant graduates who were employed or enrolled in graduate school within six months of commencement.


Graduates of Bryant's Digital Communication program are in demand in business, government, and nonprofit organizations.

Bose Corporation
Boston Bruins
Chicago Cubs
Citizens Financial Group
Dell EMC
Dunkin Brands
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Community Center
Mars Wrigley

Experiential Learning Opportunities

Career Education Opportunities

  • Shadow and network with accomplished communication alumni to explore different paths

  • Secure a Digital Communication internship, available in various sectors, through our nationally recognized Amica Center for Career Education

  • Discuss career opportunities with recruiters from 400+ prestigious organizations at on-campus career fairs 


  • HerCampus content provider

  • Lambda Pi Eta honors society

  • Bryant Communication Society

  • Women in Technology

  • Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization (CEO)


  • Special Olympics public relations coordinator

  • Orientation Leader


  • Sophomore International Experience

  • Study abroad during junior year


  • Research and Engagement Day panelist

  • Present original academic research at national conferences

  • Consult on content creation in collaboration with a faculty member for outside organizations

Inspired Faculty

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Inspired Faculty

Our distinguished faculty include award-winning educators and mentors with backgrounds in digital content strategy and management, journalism, radio and broadcast production, and health science research. Among them is:


Director of Health Sciences Program; Executive Faculty Fellow for the Center for Health and Behavioral Sciences; Department Chair and Professor of Communication