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What do I do with a Comm Studies Degree?

COMMUNICATION STUDIES STUDENTS EXAMINE THE CREATION, EXPRESSION, AND ANALYSIS OF THE MESSAGES WE RECEIVE EVERY DAY AND INVESTIGATE COMMUNICATION PROCESSES AS THEY OCCUR WITHIN AND AMONG INDIVIDUALS, GROUPS, ORGANIZATIONS AND SOCIETIES.

 

At The Department of Communication Studies, we have coursework in all of the classic areas of the discipline of communicaton, including rhetoric, speech and public address, as well as courses in interpersonal, group, organizational, relational, gender, intercultural, nonverbal, family, health, and instructional communication.

Listed below are just a few examples of positions held by recent Communication Studies graduates:

 

  • Elected Official
  • Author
  • Advertising Manager
  • Press Secretary
  • Fund Raiser
  • Health Services Manager
  • Government Administrator
  • Account Executive
  • Event Planner
  • Performer
  • Instructional Program Designer
  • Consultant
  • Speech Writer
  • Editor
  • Teacher
  • Leadership Professional
  • Legislative Assistant
  • Campaign Director
  • Foreign Service Officer
  • Sales Director
  • Executive Director
  • Marketing Trainee