Communication
College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Engaging Opportunities

Since communication is central to all human activity, the field of Communication touches every person and every organization in modern society. A degree in Communication provides a broad base of knowledge and skills that allow students to move into a wide variety of career paths. Many employers will train employees in specific software or technology skills, but the foundation of strong communication skills cannot be easily trained in a short time frame, making the Communication major a particularly flexible and applicable focus for a variety of occupations.

Over the last decade alone, our internship program has connected hundreds of organizations with thousands of students for mutual benefit. Today, thousands of our graduates work in a diverse array of fields, including public relations, journalism, radio, television, politics, government, and non-profit service, and a range of web- and Internet-based businesses.

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