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Communication

Careers and Outcomes

 

Monmouth students with a major or minor in communication have opportunities to obtain internships and pursue positions in many prominent media organizations, including news outlets, television stations, magazines, and radio stations. With two major media markets (New York City and Philadelphia) only an hour from campus, a variety of career possibilities are available for students in any of the three B.A. clusters: Media Studies and Production, Journalism/Public Relations, and Communication Studies.

Effective communication skills can be applied to virtually all careers. Communication students at Monmouth are well-prepared to become competent writers, speakers, critical thinkers, and problem-solvers in fields such as business, law, education, government, and the arts. With the knowledge and hands-on experience they acquire through the program, students can adapt, meet, and exceed the challenges in today’s career market.

Students frequently meet with invited guests and alums to meet and network with practitioners in the field.

Photo of students attending The Annual Comm Career Program

The Annual Comm Career Program provides students assistance with field related mentorship.

Photo of students with Students meeting with Phil Lord and Chris Miller before their MACE Award acceptance.

Students meeting with Phil Lord and Chris Miller, the prolific writing and directing duo, before their MACE Award acceptance.

Photo of students attending the annual Comm Awards Banquet

Our annual Comm Awards Banquet recognizes outstanding student achievement.

Photo of Communication students meeting with Paul D. Miller aka DJ Spooky after his campus concert.

Communication students meeting with Paul D. Miller aka DJ Spooky after his campus concert.