UNO’s historic Arts and Sciences Hall houses the School of Communication’s main office, classrooms optimal for open discussion, and computer labs for offer hands-on, individual research. The School of Communication is a leader in several key areas: convergence journalism, service-learning courses, instructional communication, conflict mediation, and American Democracy Project outreach.
Broadcasting students produce a weekly news program from the studios of UNO Television and work on-air and behind the scenes at MavRadio, our student-run alternative rock radio station. Our communication faculty annually win college and university awards for their teaching and research, publish in major academic journals, and author acclaimed books.
CFAM offers more than $300,000 in scholarships each year.
CFAM offers three degree options for communication students
CFAM offers graduate certificates with options in: