Which door will you open with your master’s degree in communication studies? You definitely have options.
One door could lead you to a great career in organizational communication or maybe as a trainer or development specialist. Alumni of the program have worked in variety of fields and positions. To see a full listing of alumni positions, check out our Alumni Career Positions.
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As with the undergraduate degree in communication studies, your graduate-level work will include plenty of hands-on learning. For example, you’ll have the option to pursue a professional internship that will help you hone your skills in the real world while meeting people who might be important to your career.
You also might have the possibility of furthering your own communication and teaching skills by accepting a graduate assistantship (which, incidentally, also will help you pay for college).
As you pursue your graduate studies, you’ll appreciate our state-of-the-art facility, the David Letterman Communication and Media Building, which sits on a vibrant campus. Find out more by reading the graduate catalog for communication studies.
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