If you have a natural ability to communicate, are creative, and are a pro when it comes to social media, a degree in communication and media studies could be the best way for you to compete in today's competitive business world.
Francis Bacon said, "Knowledge is power." With a degree in communication and media studies, you will learn how to effectively manage knowledge in many different ways. In addition, your degree will allow you to find work in public relations, digital marketing, radio and television, education, research, or nearly any other field. The possibilities are endless!
The communication and media studies curriculum is media-focused. Topics you will study include journalism, television production, news production, communication theories, and communication psychology. You may also have the chance to get involved with the campus television or radio station, student newspaper, or another media-focused group.
Many graduates of the program find that because of the diversity of their studies, they have opportunities to work in a wide range of industries. Some communication and media studies majors go on to work as web designers, photographers, marketing or advertising professionals, journalists, event managers, or public relations professionals, while those who have postgraduate degrees can go into teaching or research positions.