College of Communication > Academics > Communication Studies
Gain communication skills applicable to a wide range of careers and positions. Employers list communication skills as one of the most important attributes for job applicants.
Communication Studies students engage with communication theories to analyze the spoken and unspoken implications of communicative styles. Students learn how best to navigate large complex communication environments, parse relevant data and craft meaningful messages in their close personal relationships, around professional offices, and to the public at large.
Communication Studies BA |
Communication Studies Minor
of 2017 Communication Studies graduates were employed, continuing their education, or not seeking employment within six months of graduation
Communication Studies graduates have held positions all over the country and around the world. They work at nonprofits, health care organizations, law firms, educational insitutions, startups, corporations and more like:
Career opportunities for Communication Studies practitioners include (but are not limited to):
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