Loyola University Maryland

Department of Communication

Learning Aims

Communication Department graduates will:

  • Master the technological and communication skills needed to disseminate information effectively through the deployment of appropriate communication platforms.
  • Be able to synthesize knowledge using interdisciplinary approaches including sociological, psychological, and cultural as well as applied business and marketing strategies.
  • Utilize research skills to access, analyze, and evaluate information on behalf of appropriate stakeholders and according to specific goals.

  • Understand and value individual differences and demonstrate awareness of and sensitivity for working effectively in a diverse and changing world by considering professional ethics and social justice within their professional field and the broader community.
Tania Rosas-Moreno
Faculty

Tania Rosas-Moreno, Ph.D.

Tania Rosas-Moreno, Ph.D., explores communication's role in issues of social justice and the use of social media for public relations

Communication
 Jay O’Brien, wearing a headset, stands in a broadcast booth in Raven's stadium
Outcomes

From Evergreen to the NFL

As a student, Jay O’Brien, ’05, interned for the Baltimore Ravens. Today he’s the team’s VP of Broadcasting and Gameday Productions.