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The Brian Lamb School of Communication at Purdue University is consistently ranked among the top programs in the United States according to The Gourman Report. The Lamb School seeks to advance students’ ability to express themselves across various modes of communication; it teaches students to recognize their audience and to speak with confidence. The Lamb School offers a variety of opportunities for students to practice career-oriented skills through its video news magazine, Fast Track...
Degrees Offered
  1. 3 Year B.A.
  2. 4 Year B.A.
Concentrations
  1. Communication
  2. Documentary Filmmaking
  3. Journalism
  4. Television
Yearly Tuition
Under $5k
Tuition Detail
Resident: $4,365.00
Ohio Reciprocity: $4,365.00
Contiguous States: $6,547.50
Nonresident: $10,480.50
International: $10,860.15
Application Deadline Details
Priority: Apply by October 31.
Preferred: Apply between November 1 and December 15.
Early: Apply between December 16 and February 1.
Standard: Apply between February 2 and April 1.
Rolling: Apply between April 2 and the first day of classes.

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