Instructional Communication

Communications, marketing, professional writing—combine them all into one degree through our Instructional Communication certificate's program and accelerate your career, no matter which field you're in.

What You'll Study

Develop your marketing and communication skill sets to meet the growing demand for new-media professionals. Our certificate's program in Instructional Communication combines marketing, communications and professional writing studies into one degree, with dynamic courses like interactive document design, marketing tactics, social media and applied research methods.

Gain real-world experience by working with clients to form effective marketing strategies, performing communication audits and diving into research studies that will have you analyzing quantitative and qualitative data. And experience it all alongside engaged, tech-savvy faculty with diverse professional backgrounds.

Graduate Certificate

  • Instructional Communication Graduate Certificate

    Combining research and best practices, the graduate certificate in Instructional Communication prepares you for a position teaching communication in a classroom setting. The coursework is designed to give you a broad skill-set in group dynamics, computer mediated communication and conflict management.

    You will take four requiried courses in communicartion studies and then choose two support courses. The graduate certificate can be obtained in 18 semester hours.

    Overview & Requirements

Internships and Jobs


  • Surace-Smith Group
  • Youngstown State University
  • Hopscotch Europe
  • Prodigal Media


  • IM Image Marketing
  • ESPN3
  • Slippery Rock University

One More Thing

The Interdisciplinary Communication program gave me the opportunity to build on valuable skills while still tailoring my degree to my own personal interests. The professors were extremely helpful and played a large role in making sure I was prepared for a career post-graduation."