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New England School of Communications

“Husson pushes me to expand my comfort zone, creating invaluable experiences from interning at the Bangor Daily News to producing a weekly sports radio show, ‘Call of the Eagle,’ on WHSN.”

— Kassadi Moore,
Mass Communications major, sports journalism concentration 

About

At Husson University, the New England School of Communications (NESCom) is home to approximately 500 students who are working towards Bachelor of Science degrees in Audio Engineering, Live Sound Technology, Video Production, Journalism, Marketing Communications or Sports Journalism.

Mission Statement
The New England School of Communications inspires and prepares students for professional careers in current and emerging fields by focusing on experiential learning, technology, and work-ready skills.

Vision Statement
The New England School of Communications will continue to expand its global recognition as a premier school which prepares students for professional careers in the communications industry by fostering creativity through experiential and career-driven curricula with world-class technology and faculty. 

Core Values
Career, Technology, & Industry Foci
Professionalism
Interdisciplinary & Broad-Based Curricula
Diversity
Creativity, Innovation, & Artistry
Experiential & Immersive Learning
Dedication & Effectiveness

 

NESCom Core Classes

GV 245 Graphic Design
IT 121 Computer Applications for Digital Media
MC 101 Intro to Media
MC 236 History of Mass Communications
MC 301 Career Prep
MC 400 Media Ethics
VF 100 Intro to Video
VF 245 Photography I

student working in the live production trailer
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