Graduate Certificate Public Communication

Designed for undergraduate degree holders who work in the nonprofit sector, or as police officers, firefighters, emergency medical personnel, public relations officers, community managers, and others who engage/interact with communities.
Public Communication

Why Pursue a Certificate of Graduate Studies in Public Communication at Bryant?

Our world-class faculty are renowned, award-winning leaders in their specializations. Classes are held in the evenings providing you the flexibility to manage your course load to fit your schedule. An earned certificate can be applied to the Master of Arts degree in Communication.

When Can I Start the Program?

Applications are accepted at any time. Once all application materials are received, you will typically receive a decision within one week. Terms start in the fall, spring or summer.


Applicants must be (or about to become) a graduate of an accredited, four-year college or university and submit the following: official transcripts, essay or GRE scores, 3 letters of recommendation, and a resume/vita. Specific information: Application Requirements



Of Bryant's Graduate A&S students 100% were employed before or soon after graduation


Jump in salary from a Bachelor's degree to a Communication Master's degree is 25% according to "Economic Value of College Majors."


Our award-winning professors are renowned leaders in their specializations


For 2020-2021

Certificate of Graduate Studies in Public Communication (4 courses) $2,796 per course