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Ariel Llewellyn
post Mar 30 2012, 11:00 PM
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Hi! I've applied for a transfer to Buffalo State this coming fall and am hoping to obtain a degree in communication. My career interests are broad, including journalism, media management, and media production. As such, I feel as if a degree in Communication Studies would be most beneficial. My question, however, is this: is the more general communication studies program also accredited since the courses are and the accreditation requirements still apply, or would it be better to get a dual degree in Journalism and Media Production? Any help would be appreciated!
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MikeC
post Apr 4 2012, 08:41 AM
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Hello Ariel,

Here is the contact information for the Communication Department:

Communication Department
Bishop Hall 210
1300 Elmwood Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14222
voice (716) 878-6008
fax (716) 878-4697
communication@buffalostate.edu

I'm currently a senior journalism major, and it's a really good program. A lot of instructors are working in the field, or have worked in the field and have a ton of experience to share.
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