The Creative Communications program prepares you for a career in advertising, broadcasting, media production, journalism, corporate communications and public relations. The program gives you a high degree of knowledge and competency so you can obtain an entry-level position in a wide range of communication-based jobs. Courses are augmented by training in electronic publishing, web design, social media, creative writing, photography, and marketing.
The public relations major is prepared for managing all aspects to communications for a non-profit organization in the arts or social sciences, or working in corporate or government PR departments. In all areas there are growing opportunities online.
Students in this major practice journalism in all media with emphasis on clear, effective writing and presentation within tight deadlines. They build essential skills such as interviewing, research and revising.
For the Media Production Major, career possibilities are abundant in both television and radio. Graduates obtain positions in production, on-air and creative services in both sectors.
Graduates of the Advertising major look to futures with traditional
advertising agencies, small business, corporate offices or government
departments where they work as copywriters, media strategists, or client