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Organizational and Relational Communication Comprehensive

Delivery method: Traditional | Online

In the Organizational and Relational Communication program at the University of Nebraska at Kearney, you will develop skills necessary to communicate effectively in personal, professional and community relationships. Passionate professors impart basic instructions, such as, how to nurture two-way conversations, cope with conflict, produce and share information, and make clear and persuasive presentations of ideas and/or concerns. After completing the program requirements, you will understand issues facing organizations and gain critical thinking skills necessary to create effective messages from a variety of perspectives for different audiences.

Online degree options

This online degree program includes a comprehensive major with 33 credit hours of required Organizational and Relational Communication courses and 12 credit hours of a support track in Mass Communication. For students who may already have 12 credit hours in a particular discipline or who want to choose a different support track, please consult with the advisor.

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University of Nebraska at Kearney - eCampus
Phone: 308-865-8927
Email: ecampus@unk.edu

$48,253 average salary

for a graduate with a Bachelor’s degree in communication
According to the National Association of Colleges and Employers

Career opportunities with this degree

  • Human resources specialist
  • Corporate trainer
  • Sales representative
  • Recruiter
  • Event planner
  • Campaign director
  • Personnel manager
  • Career/life coach

PLACES UNK GRADUATES WORK

  • Platte River Radio
  • Human Resources, Kearney Regional Medical Center
  • University of Kansas
  • Lincoln Children’s Museum
  • GIX Logistics
Adam Stauffer

“I decided to switch to organizational communication during my sophomore year and have enjoyed it since.” Stauffer says flexibility is one of the best parts with a communication degree. “I have decided to pursue the organizational track rather than the relational track. On top of that, every student must pick an emphasis, which is any field desired outside of communication. Mine is in English.”

Adam Stauffer

University of Nebraska at Kearney, (Sociology Department), Kearney, NE