Undergraduate Program

"What can I do with a degree in Communication?"

An Organizational/Corporate emphasis can prepare students for a variety of occupations. Depending on the courses chosen, students may be qualified for the  following positions.
Note: This list is not exhaustive. It provides a sample of possible occupations.

Public Relations Representative Convention and Meeting Planner
Sales Service Representative Advertising Copywriter
Retailer Buyer/Merchandise Manager
Human Resources Manager Corporate Trainer
Management Trainee Project Coordinator
Demonstrator & Promoter Media Relations Specialist
Community Relations Director Account Executive
Audience Analyst Negotiator
Corporate Communication Staff Public Information Officer
Alumni Officer Recruiter

Sample Employers:

Advertising Agencies Marketing Firms or Departments
Government Agencies Insurance Companies
Political Parties Political Office Holders
Retail Stores Convention Centers
Real Estate Development Firms Non-Profit Oraganiztions
News Media Public Relations Agencies
Universities adn Colleges Chambers of Commerce
Health Care Facilities Economic Development Firms
Financial Institutions Corporate Communication Department

Resources for Organizational / Corporate Students:

Public Relations Society of America www.prsa.org
American Advertising Federation www.aaf.org
Association of National Advertisers www.ana.net
American Communication Association www.americancomm.org
National Communication Association www.natcom.org
Communicators and Marketers Jobline www.cmjobline.org
Public Relations Jobs www.workinpr.com
Wages and Trends - Career Info. www.acinet.org/acinet/
Salary Surveys www.careerperfect.com