Our most recent graduates (2003-2009) have found success in graduate schools (including Baylor University, Case Western Reserve University-Law, Emerson College, Geneva College, University of London, Norfolk State University, Old Dominion University, Indiana University of Pennsylvania-Law, Kent State University, Duquesne University, University of Pittsburgh, Regent University-Law, Vanderbilt University, and Wake Forest University-Law) and in the professions (e.g., sports marketing, public relations, human resources management, marketing, higher education administration, journalism, publishing and editing, media relations, sales, radio production, television production, social work/family services, performing arts, and Christian ministry).
Typical Career Paths :
public relations, advertising, marketing for business, non-profit, government, professional associations, event planning
print journalism, photography, television broadcasting, film production, radio broadcasting, screenwriting
Alternative career paths
Ministry, teaching, consulting, higher education administration
Recent Job Placements:
Legislative Assistant, National Center for Policy Analysis
Project Coordinator for K-12 Programs, The Philanthropy Roundtable
Teach for America
Tampa Bay Devil Rays
Pursuing Master’s degree at Vanderbilt University
Pursuing J.D. degree at Charlotte School of Law
The nationally-ranked Career Services Office offers counseling and resources for the entire career search process—from major exploration to accepting job offers. Not only does the Career Services Office offer numerous printed and online resources for students, the Communication Studies department itself provides many opportunities to connect students with like-minded alumni. By graduation, Communication Studies students are marketable and prepared to succeed in a competitive job market.