All students have opportunities for research, global-engagement, public service, and career preparation. As a communication major you can:
Apply to the communication honors program and work closely with a professor on a research project of your own.
Read more >> Earn communication credit while studying abroad with Mason’s
Center for Global Education. Gain practical experience with a student media organization such as
Fourth Estate (the student newspaper) or WGMU (the student radio station). Develop speaking skills through the
Debate or Forensics teams. Learn valuable job skils by interning at major media outlets, government agencies, and private corporations (organizations such as the NBC Today Show, ABC News, ESPN Radio, or
USA Today). Read more >>
As a major in communication with two minors -- in film and media studies and in Spanish -- Michael has managed his studies to be able to take part in volunteer work with local film festivals.
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Alexa Rogers is concentrating in political and persuasive communication. Among the experience she has already garnered in communication at Mason is serving for a week as the voice of Mason's official Twitter account.
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