Undergraduate Majors

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Advertising
Whether the medium is television, radio, print or the Internet, advertisers combine memorable copy, creative design and innovative direction to create the messages that move consumers to action.
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Communication Studies
Understand the theories, principles and practices of human communication, and you'll have the keys to solving puzzles presented by interpersonal, cross-cultural, organizational and conflict situations.
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Corporate Communication
Imagine planning how to communicate the corporate vision, or consulting with the marketing department to develop the next strategic initiative. If these communication challenges get you excited, consider a career in corporate communication.
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Digital Media
Television, radio, movies, multimedia or communication technology: whatever the medium, professionals in the field of digital media help to shape the way we view the world.
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Journalism
Journalists make the events and issues of the world understandable by presenting information in compelling, accurate reports. From investigating to reporting, layout to editing, journalists use a range of media to tell the world what is happening.
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Media Studies
Study the impact of the media on individual perceptions, issues of social justice, public policy and the media industry itself.
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Public Relations
If you're cool under pressure, team player, problem solver, strong speaker and writer, consider a career in public relations. PR professionals handle crisis communication, building and maintaining reputations for organizations in virtually every field.
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Theatre Arts
Actors, designers, directors and technicians combine words, ideas, music, movement, voices, scenery and lighting to inform and entertain us.