Take advantage of the opportunity to design a unique plan of study, with options ranging from public relations, social media and organizational, intercultural and leadership communication. Optimize your opportunities in seeking a specific marketplace niche. You will collaborate with your faculty advisor to craft your course selection in line with your professional goals. Beyond this, you will have opportunities for hands-on learning, working with top employers in the area for internships. When you graduate, you’ll be prepared to jump start your career or begin graduate school.
- Integrated organizational communication
- Communication studies
- Media studies
- Apply your classroom knowledge to real life
- Build practical experience
- Benefit from networking opportunities and relationships in the workforce
- Take advantage of convenient class formats that fit your schedule
- Public relations
- Corporate leadership
- Internal communication
- Social marketing
- Training & development
- Mass communication
- Federal, state & local government fundraising
- Graduate school
Employment of public relations specialists is projected to grow 6 percent from 2014 to 2024. The need for organizations to maintain their public image will continue to drive growth in this field.
Early admission to the Master in Business Communication: you can begin the program as an undergraduate and earn up to nine graduate hours, giving you a head start on your master’s degree.