Careers in Communications
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment for media and communication occupations is expected to grow from 2016 to 2026, generating approximately 45,300 new jobs. The ability to create, edit, translate, and disseminate information through a variety of platforms is becoming increasingly important for communication professionals.
A graduate degree from Monmouth prepares you for a variety of exciting and dynamic career opportunities. If you’ve ever dreamed about working in international relations, creating a national advertising campaign, or changing the world through leading an influential nonprofit organization, Monmouth’s 30-credit M.A. in Communication is the place to start.
- Public Relations
- Marketing and Media Relations
- Nonprofit Management
- Digital Marketing
- Fundraising / Development
- Event Planning
- Social Media Marketing
- Digital Media Operations
- International Relations
- Human Resources
Be prepared for that growth with Monmouth’s communication graduate degree, which will give you a thorough understanding of how we communicate interpersonally as well as through media and messaging.
Khaled Alyami M.A.’14
Human Resources Business Partner
The M.A. in Communication program gave me the opportunity to develop my knowledge of public relations and human resources practices while shaping my interpersonal skills in both personal and professional contexts.