There is an interesting secret about Destiny Henry that few know – she does not own a computer.
"When my computer broke, I opted not to replace it," she explains. "I have found that I can live very well without it, and I spend much less time isolated from the rest of the community."
This sums up Destiny's philosophy of life – getting out there and getting involved.
Read Destiny's Story
At the College of Saint Elizabeth, we bridge academic communications theory with mass media strategy. Courses are content-driven: we approach mediated communication as a practice, with priority given to the message over the media. Students are grounded in the liberal arts and fuse their writing with visual communications, providing a platform for ongoing engagement with today's media-driven world.
1. Internship requirement, with established relationships in major firms.
2. Access to technology and faculty with hands-on experience.
3. Personal experience in the field, with publication possibilities during the program.
"I did not know the extent of my potential, but my professors did. They saw me better than I saw myself and I was able to do more things than I had anticipated. They encouraged me to continue my education in graduate school."
– Trang Tran, '12
Professor and Chairperson
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