Graduates of the College of Media & Communication are employed in various industries and sectors including, marketing, corporate communication, nonprofit, independent communication firms, radio, television, film, higher education, sports media and many, many more. Students are encouraged to pursue their interests, from sports to entertainment, to technology to law, and everything in between. A CoMC degree sets the course for a successful career in whatever field or industry your student chooses!


  • Graphic Designer
  • Teacher
  • Broadcast News Analyst
  • Executive Producer
  • Social Media Specialist


  • Law firms
  • Design firms
  • Conference centers
  • Cable television
  • Community residential homes

Communication Skills

Top Ten

Multiple communication skills listed in the top ten skills employers say they seek.

- Forbes

Most Desired

Every industry is wanting people with quality communication skills.

- Bloomberg

#1 Skill

Americans rank this as the number one skill to get ahead in life.

- Entrepreneur


It is never too early to get started thinking about internships. Many companies require students to earn course credit for an internship, and the college does have some basic prerequisites students must complete to be eligible for course credit. To learn the ins and outs of securing an internship, encourage your student to set up an appointment with our college’s career coordinator.
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Our Alumni

Sara Krueger
Sara Krueger
Communications Specialist
OCI Solar Power

I never had a class that was not driven by real-world applications or professional development. I really credit the college with preparing me for everything that has come my way.

Sara Krueger
Sydney Holmes
Corporate & Agent PR Lead

I recommend that students become friends with their professors. I feel like I have people invested in my career and future since getting to know some of my former professors.

Sara Krueger
Regan Howle
Branding Sales Executive
etc group, inc

You can be creative and have fun ideas. There are just so many different directions you can go...