As a Communication Studies major or minor, you'll gain the skills and hands-on experience you need to take your place among tomorrow's communication leaders.
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Why Study Communication Studies at Wilkes?
From your first day, you'll get hands-on opportunities to operate state-of-the-art equipment used in television, radio, public relations and journalism. Faculty and staff mentors will work with you to tailor one of our four specializations to meet your interests. A strong theoretical foundation matched with practical courses and experiences will prepare you for a range of careers or graduate school.
Whether you aspire to tell inspiring stories or influence the next generation of audiences, ÐÓ°ÉÖ±²¥appprepares future professional communicators to succeed in an ever-changing and dynamic industry.
What You Will Learn as a Communication Studies Major?
- You'll master core communications skills such as public speaking, mass media literacy, news writing and multimedia communication. You will sharpen your abilities to effectively communicate and build a solid foundation for your career.
- You'll choose to concentrate in one of four areas of study: , , or .
- The knowledge you gain in the classroom, coupled with the hands-on learning you experience through our wide range of cocurricular and extracurricular activities, will help you stand out in the job market.