Develop Crucial Communication Skills for Your Future Career
A crucial skill in any professional environment is the ability to communicate well and convey your meaning clearly and succinctly. As a communication studies major, you will study human interaction in all contexts: interpersonal and family relationships, small groups, intercultural associations, organizations, and the media. You will also study the very skills today’s employers are looking for — like critical and analytical thinking, problem-solving, and team building, as well as oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills.
Develop your understanding of communication theory and research methodologies, and your proficiency in oral, written, and mediated communication. A communication studies major can open the door to creativity and connectivity in a vast array of career fields, including social media, journalism, business administration, public relations, broadcasting, sales, marketing, law, human resources, pre-seminary, and education.