Communications, journalism, media, etc, degrees are a glut on the market. Advertising, PR, journalism, etc, have been glamour occupations & glutted markets at least since the 1960s, probably since the 1950s. You need to get straight into a top-rated bachelor's degree program, and plan on going for a master's. You'll need exceptional talent, writing/publishing credits, and more to have any chance of a good career. And you will start with scutwork, IF you can find an internship or entry-level position.
How badly do you want this? Do you really have the talent, creativity, and personality traits to have a chance in such a tough field? Or do you think it's glamourous?
worked in PR internationally with one of the world's top PR firms; writer, editor, publisher. Recruited for PR work based on published writings/journalism