The degree course in Communication Sciences trains 1st level communication professional profiles with a strategic focus on cultural processes and technological innovation, in view of job opportunities and subsequent levels of education that enhance skills and the theoretical-methodological knowledge required by the 'digital revolution' which involves all environments and forms of communication. The objective of the training project is a professional figure able to manage the contents and communication tools in order to achieve specific and clearly identified objectives for public, private and non-profit institutions, and individuals. From a disciplinary point of view, the course is part of the Social Sciences and provides the theoretical and methodological knowledge to operate in the complex societies of the contemporary world with specific skills in the various sectors in which communication takes place: on the one hand, mass communication, especially in the field of radio, television, web and cultural industries, on the other hand, institutional communication and the newsmaking system, with particular attention to the transformations related to the spread and evolution of the ICTs and their impact on the social system. In this context, the degree course interprets communication as an interdisciplinary terrain, enhancing a basic preparation in the sociological, linguistic, historical, technological, legal, economic and political fields, integrated with studies characterizing the professional path. The strong point of the training offer is to combine theoretical training with applicative and professionalizing technical training, based on laboratory activities, on internships in public administrations and companies, as well as stays and internships in other Italian and foreign universities. The didactic activities are organized into two semesters, during which the student will follow the lessons relating to the courses foreseen for his course year by the didactic system, at the end of which a month is entirely dedicated to evaluation, with the exam sessions. The didactic activity is carried out face-to-face, but it can be integrated by remote activities (e-learning, video lessons, teaching material, exercises). If it is not possible to carry out face-to-face activities (for example during a health emergency) the course will adopt remote modalities according to the general guidelines of the University.