Communications Law

About Communications Law

Gain a solid foundation in comprehending the multifaceted landscape of the communications industry, spanning broadcasting, the internet, cable, mobile, satellite, and various broadband and landline services. By concentrating on courses focused on the structure and regulation of this dynamic field, students gain invaluable insights and skills essential for roles as policymakers, advocates, and analysts. Whether delving into traditional or emerging media, this program will prepare you for an impactful career at the forefront of the communications sector.

Joint Degree

J.D./Master of Arts or Science in Communications

Joint degrees in communications – offered with the renowned S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications – prepare students for careers in communications law and media public policy. Students may matriculate into one of several programs including advertising (M.A.); Arts Journalism and Communications (M.A.); magazine, newspaper and online journalism (M.A.); Multimedia, Photography & Design (M.A.); Public Relations (M.S.); and television, radio and film (M.A.).

Engineering and Computer Science Admissions

Clinics, Centers and Institutes