Career Information

General Information

Communication, the process of exchanging information, has been the essence of humanity for thousands of years. If you are curious about the different ways to communicate and how to communicate effectively in all sorts of environments to all sorts of people, this is an excellent field of study. A degree in Communication is especially suitable for people who enjoy working with other people across a wide variety of fields and organizations.

The Communication Department Undergraduate Program offers the five degree track options: General Communication, Media Studies, Digital Filmmaking, Professional Communication (Organization, Strategic, Leadership), and Sports Communication. It explores the best way to adjust to make sure that messages are received and understood regardless of how that message is transmitted.

Career Possibilities:

  • Public Relations Specialist / Public Affairs
  • Marketing / Sales representative
  • Mediator / Negotiator*
  • Advertising / Marketing Manager
  • Communications Specialist
  • Corporate Communications
  • Speech Language Pathologist*
  • Publicist
  • Event / Conference Planner
  • Film / Video Editor
  • Social Media Specialist
  • Theater / Performing Arts / Film
  • International Relations*
  • Training & Development Specialist

*May require additional education or certification

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