Greetings on behalf of the faculty of the Russell J. Jandoli School of Journalism and Mass Communication at St. Bonaventure University.
As director of the Jandoli School's graduate Integrated Marketing Communications program, I welcome your interest in continued professional development, and I am pleased that you are considering pursuing a Master of Arts degree in IMC.
There has never been a greater need for effective communication to strategically position companies, organizations, and individuals. And the demands on limited resources make it essential that communication efforts be precise and efficient.
We have much to offer you, as our graduates can attest. We believe the education you will receive in our IMC Program will prepare you uniquely for success. Graduates of the Russell J. Jandoli School of Journalism and Mass Communication have reached high levels of accomplishment in both business and journalistic careers.
Our faculty members are experts in their fields. They have studied at some of the nation's finest institutions of higher education and have compiled outstanding records of professional achievement and scholarly activity. They are committed to your success and will guide you throughout your studies.
In addition to our excellent faculty, we offer a learning environment that is essential to addressing the challenges of the 21st century: St. Bonaventure University is a values-driven institution that embodies the Franciscan value of ethical behavior in personal and business affairs.
Our goal is for you to have the knowledge, skills and values needed for personal and professional success. This is just one reason that a St. Bonaventure education is one of the most desirable in Western New York.
Br. Basil J. Valente, O.F.M.
Director, Graduate Integrated Marketing Communications Program
Director, Francis E. Kelley Oxford Programme
School of Journalism and Mass Communication
St. Bonaventure University
St. Bonaventure, NY 14778
The UK is opening up a world of opportunities for St. Bonaventure graduate marketing communications students.