The Value of Our Degrees

A Message from Our Chair

The Value of Our Degrees

As we begin a new school year, I would like to draw your attention to a few positive numbers related to our varied fields in the Department of Communication, Popular Culture and Film. These facts and figures only scratch the surface, but they provide some indication of the value of a degree in Communication, in Media, in Film, or in Popular Culture. Critical, theoretical knowledge of these areas are strong assets to society and to culture. Furthermore, these degrees are increasingly relevant to the job market, a topic that seems to drive so much of the current discussion related to higher education.

Here is some evidence that the intrinsic value of our work here is quantitatively transferable to the marketplace:

These numbers suggest that the world is more ready than ever to welcome our graduates, our scholarship, and our passion for our related fields.

We hope you will take this to heart, and that you will make the most of your time with us at Brock.



Scott Henderson

Scott Henderson, Chair of the Department of Communication, Popular Culture and Film