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  • All you need to know about Communication Majors
    Bethany Kilmon
    Stephanie Schulz
    Michael Szyjka
  • The Options…
    Communications Media
    Public and Interpersonal Communications
    Public Relations and Organizational Communications
    (2004).Communication. Retrieved from http://www.ncsu.edu/majors-careers/do_with_major_in/showmajor.php?id=64
  • Rhetoric
    Examines the “how” of language, as well as the means,
    methods, appearance, and style.
    Studies the effectiveness of language in terms of the
    three appeals: Ethos, Pathos, and Logos.
    Drucker, P. (1999-2010). Guide to college majors in communications. World Wide Learn. Retrieved fromhttp://www.worldwidelearn.com/online-education-guide/business/communications-major.htm
  • Communications Major
    Provides basis for convincing argument
    Allows for an appropriate medium to effectively deliver
    messages
    Specializations in business communications,
    journalism, speech communication, and technical
    communication
    Department of Communication (2004).Communication. Retrieved from http://www.ncsu.edu/majors-careers/do_with_major_in/showmajor.php?id=64
  • Communication Today
    Businesses use more technology to communicate today than ever before
    Instantaneous Communication is preferred so new technological advances are constantly being pulled into the corporate culture
    Email
    Video Conferencing
    Media Networks
  • Careers in Communications
    Advertising
    Government
    Journalism
    Medical Services
    Public Interest
    Public Relations
    Teaching
    (2009). Communication Art Major. Retrieved from http://www.salisbury.edu/careerservices/Students/ChoosingMajor/CommunicationArt.html#PossibleJob
  • Job Titles
    Media Planner
    Art Director
    Lobbyist
    Reporter
    Editorial Assistant
    Project Manager
    Media Consultant
    Speech Teacher
    Public Relations Coordinator
    (2009). Communication Art Major. Retrieved from http://www.salisbury.edu/careerservices/Students/ChoosingMajor/CommunicationArt.html#PossibleJob
  • Employers of Communication Majors
    Advertising Agencies
    Government Agencies
    Non Profit Organizations
    Newspapers
    Magazines
    Market Research Firms
    Marketing/PR Firms
    Trade Associations
    (2009). Communication Art Major. Retrieved from http://www.salisbury.edu/careerservices/Students/ChoosingMajor/CommunicationArt.html#PossibleJob
  • Who has a Communications Degree?
    John Quincy Adams
    Spike Lee
    Meg Ryan
    David Letterman
    Denzel Washington
    Lady Bird Johnson
    Dan Rather
    Hugh Hefner
    Gillen, K. & Hosterman, Alec. Famous people with a communication degree. Retrieved from http://www.natcom.org/index.asp?bid=342
  • Conclusion
  • Reference Slide
    (2009) Communication Art Major. Retrieved from http://www.salisbury.edu/careerservices/Students/ChoosingMajor/CommunicationArt.html#PossibleJob
    Department of Communication (2004). Communication. Retrieved from http://www.ncsu.edu/majors-careers/do_with_major_in/showmajor.php?id=64
    Drucker, P. (1999-2010). Guide to College majors in communications. World Wide Learn. Retrieved fromhttp://www.worldwidelearn.com/online-education-guide/business/communications-major.htm
    Gillen, K. & Hosterman, A. Famous people with a communication degree. Retrieved from http://www.natcom.org/index.asp?bid=342