“Integrated Communication Studies” has been changed to “Media Communications”
The Media Communications major prepares students for careers in communication consulting, health communication, sales, human resources, public relations, event planning, and many others.
In addition, the degree prepares students for the systematic study of communication at the graduate degree level.
The major is the perfect degree for students with multiple interests and diverse talents because the degree provides theory, tools, and techniques for analyzing, managing and improving communication in every arena of professional and personal interaction.
What Do You Do With a Degree in Media Communications?
- Business Management
- Communication/Communication Management
- Motion Picture/Television
- Political Science and International Relations
- Public Policy and Administration
MASS MEDIA CAREERS:
- Advertising and Marketing
- Film (documentary & feature length): Development, Distribution, Production, and Promotion
- Music Industry
- Public Relations
- Talent Agency
- Technology and its development
Television: Development, Production, Programming, and Promotion
ACADEMIC, SOCIAL SERVICE AND GOVERNMENT CAREERS:
- Art and Architecture
- Broadcast and Print Journalism: Anchor, Reporter, Production, Editor, and Publishing
- Counseling and Consulting
- Education: Teaching and Administration
- Election Campaign Promotion
- Human Resources
- Information Services
- Municipal Planning
- Non-profit Corporations and Fundraising
- Service in Elective Public Offices
- Social Work