The Corporate Communication concentration prepares students for a wide variety of employment possibilities in business and industry. The program provides students with some flexibility in designing their course of study depending upon their career interests. Graduates are in very high demand in a number of organizations because of their exposure to a variety of software programs and educational experiences. After completing the Corporate Communication concentration, students accept employment in management and marketing trainee programs, human resources departments, or sales positions. The career possibilities for the Corporate Communication graduate include management positions as directors of communications, public relations, and media relations in the corporate world and in private business. Graduates have advanced to supervisory positions in management, sales, human resources, and marketing.
Program Requirements Overview
General Education Courses:
55 Credit Hours
33 Credit Hours
Corporate Communication Concentration Core:
36 Credit Hours
TOTAL HOURS REQUIRED FOR DEGREE: 124 Credit Hours