Regardless of your career choice, your success as a leader depends on your ability to craft and deliver persuasive messages. With the communication minor, you expand your critical-thinking, technical, and presentation skills so you can inspire your audience. Once you take prerequisites in rhetoric, mass communication, theory, and methods, you can choose from a variety of communication electives that cover public discourse, politics, media writing, design, and research.
Communication courses prepare you for careers in law, journalism, public relations, consulting, education, and beyond. You can also take part in campus media organizations like the student newspaper, radio station, and television network. Whether your plans include graduate school or going straight into the workforce, a communication background will give you the edge you need to succeed.
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