Through a combination of working with the Student Success Center, the Counseling & Testing Center, guidance from the faculty, and gaining work experience through the department's internship program, our graduates are successful in finding employment in the fields of communication, art, business, and government services and/or continuing their academic careers by pursuing a masters degree in communication.
What Can You Do with a Communication Degree?
by the National Communication Association
|Marketing/Advertising Manager||Communication Director|
|International Development Director||Camera Operator|
|Copy Editor||Political Aide|
|Magazine Editor||Volunteer Coordinator|
|Crisis Manager||Administrative Aide|
|News Anchor||Mental Health Professional|
|Gallery Manager||Television Reporter|
|Community Outreach Director||Media Buyer|
|College Recruiter||Wedding Consultant|
|High School Teacher||Talk Show Host|
|Motivational Speaker||Professional Blogger|
|Sales Representative||University Professor|
|Graphic Designer||Radio Announcer|
|Event Planner||Sports Writer|
|TV Production Assistant||Webmaster|
|Market Researcher||Freelance Writer|
For additional career opportunity details,
visit the US Department of Labor.