The Organizational Communication concentration prepares students to enter professions such as human resources, patient advocacy, management, retail, sales, and admissions. The concentration prepares students to interact in relationships and to communicate effectively in small groups and in the workplace. Attention is given to effective gender communication, nonverbal communication, persuasion, cross-cultural communication, and business and professional communication. Learn more about Organizational Communication careers.
The Electronic Media concentration prepares students for careers in electronic media: writing, audio and video production, management and sales, on-air talent, law and advertising. It offers a rigorous curriculum in which students design, write, edit, and create their own radio and television programs. Students practice their skills in the Allen Hall Studios. Students can take their talent and get involved in the campus radio station and/or television station. WNTE and MUTV broadcast to the campus and local community. Learn more about Electronic Media careers.
The Public Relations concentration prepares students to enter PR professions in industry: Entertainment, Education, Music, Politics, Global, Corporate, and Nonprofit, positions such as PR Firm Executive, PR Director, Publicist, Special Events Planner, and work in Crisis Management, Media Relations, Community Relations, Advertising, Social Media, and Marketing Communication. Students design and develop a variety of communication materials for specific audiences. Learn more about PR careers.
The Sports Information concentration prepares students to coordinate communication between athletic departments, student-athletes, and coaches as well as disseminate information to the news media and general public. Sports information professionals write a variety of communication material, produce video segments, coordinate interviews with the media, compile statistics, and update social media/digital communication. Learn more about SI careers.