Why major in communication studies at Missouri State?
- You will learn through experience with internship and service-learning opportunities
that promote community involvement while providing vital job skills.
- Our program strengthens your verbal and written communication skills, which are in
high demand by employers.
Review a sample degree plan to graduate in four years.
Ease your transfer process.
Begin graduate course work as you finish your bachelor's degree.
While a degree in communication studies provides a foundation of knowledge and skills
appropriate to a wide range of professions, you will need to consider carefully how
you can tailor your broad education to specific jobs and industries. Internships,
volunteer experience, elective courses and complementary majors or minors can play
a pivotal role in your preparation for various careers.
A communication studies degree prepares you for careers in the following areas:
- Arts management
- Counseling and social services
- Graduate study
- Health care management
- Human resources
- Law enforcement
- Marketing, advertising and public relations
- Nonprofit administration
- Speech writing
- Training and development
- Volunteer recruitment and management
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