Communications programs prepare students to enter fields in which written and oral communication is highly valued. Students hone their writing and speaking skills while also developing a critical understanding of the media and social issues. Many programs include study in such subjects as culture, rhetoric, history, technology, and politics. They study the various ways in which communications processes function within a society. There are a wide variety of specialties within the field of communications, including advertising, journalism, public relations, and radio and television broadcasting.
Regardless of their specialty, students focus on professional and technical forms of communication. They develop a working knowledge of the central concepts and practices within the discipline. These communication skills are a necessity in the world of business and industry today. As a result, graduates of communication programs are well-equipped to enter a variety of fields and succeed.
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