The certificate in Digital Communication prepares students for careers in public facing writing, digital communication practices, public relations, and social media through academic and experiential activities.

Credits 1 and 2: Choose one from the following list
RHET 125 – Writing for a Digital World
RHET 225 – The Rhetoric of Broad Street
RHET 230 – Visual Rhetorics
RHET 315 – Writing in the Public Sphere: Theory and Practice

Credit 3:
Internship related to PR, Comm, or Writing

One of the two academic courses can be replaced with a second internship.

For more information, students should contact Professor Nicholas Marino.