If you're interested in careers ranging from media relations, marketing, human resources, corporate communication and more, a communications degree may be the best choice for you. By developing your ability to communicate information clearly, you'll equip yourself with the skills for these careers.
Donning a graduation cap and gown, Joan Donovan ’22G stepped outside her Florida home to accept a special delivery: her diploma. Supported by family, friends, instructors, peers and an advisor, the 89-year-old completed her latest goal, a Master of Arts in English and Creative Writing.
Liberal arts degrees include a range of programs such as communication and psychology. Earning a liberal arts degree can be an effective way to show employers you have the versatility and soft skills necessary to be an asset in a range of professions.
From news websites, blogs and YouTube to smartphone apps, email and music streaming services, new media has become a fixture in modern life. Earning a new media degree can be an excellent way to develop a wide array of skills to work on the cutting edge of media and technology.