Communicate within a professional context

This online program will equip you to understand and apply communication theories and skills that will allow you to excel in today's rapidly evolving, global society. By focusing on the constitutive role of communication within organizational settings, you will be prepared to advance or transition into a diverse variety of fields, with a program that is centered in the humanities. 

This program includes a comprehensive major with 33 credit hours of required Organizational Communication courses and 12 credit hours of a support track in Mass Communication. If you already have 12 credit hours in a particular discipline or want to choose a different support track, please consult with your advisor.

Benefits of a Bachelor's Degree

Completing a bachelor’s degree qualifies you for additional job positions and careers. The median salary for those with bachelor’s degrees is 39% higher than for those with a high school diploma (no college experience) and 34% higher for those with some college but no degree, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Career Opportunities

  • Human Resources Manager
  • Public Relations Specialist
  • Journalist
  • Communications Coordinator
  • Media Specialist
  • Marketing Communications Specialist
  • Business Writer
Tate Schneider

"In the program, Schneider learned to work with and manage people in a business setting, film movies and take sharp and interesting photos. “Writing became one of my strongest skills, and design became one of my favorite creative outlets. Looking back, I really think I’m well equipped to take on a number of tasks and responsibilities in the communication world.”

Tate Schneider

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