College of Arts and Humanities

Virtual Communications Certificate

Virtual Communications Certificate

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Students will no longer be admitted into the Virtual Communications Certificate beginning Fall 2024. Students should discuss program options with an advisor in the College of Arts and Humanities.

Undergraduate Certificate offered in On-campus formats.

If you want to advance your education and expand your horizons in the field of mass communications, a certificate in virtual communications could help you become a highly desirable candidate to future employers.

Earning a certificate in virtual communications at Lindenwood University requires 9 credit hours and is only an option for degree-seeking undergraduate students. Courses required for the certificate include Video Conferencing, Virtual Storytelling, Video Production, Radio Production, and Podcasting Production.

What Can You Do with a Certificate in Virtual Communications?

A certificate in virtual communications is not a stand-alone certificate; it is an add-on to any other Lindenwood University undergraduate program. A certificate in virtual communications will help you expand your skill set by teaching you to be proficient in video and audio editing, as well as video conferencing. These skills are especially desirable in the age of increased remote work across all industries.

Popular careers that rely on virtual communications include digital marketing managers, social media specialists, and virtual communications managers.