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  • 1. By: Bryan Kotsher
    Brian Kendrick
    Tyler Suplee
    Wayne Mitchell
    A Look at Communications
  • 2. Introduction
    - Salisbury University is one of the “…Greatest schools for communications majors,” according to The Princeton Review.
    • Large Curriculum
    • 3. On Camus Student Societies
    • 4. Internships
  • Human Communications
    Possible Classes
    Non-Verbal Communication
    Family Communication
    Instructional Communication
    Interviewing
    Managerial Communication
  • Journalism Track
    “The collection and editing of news for presentation though the media.” – Merriam-Webster Dictionary
    “Journalism is such a vital aspect to our society because its’ founding principles transform the journalist from someone who just reports news, into a watchdog for mankind. “ – Ryan White, Senior Journalism Major
  • 10. Public Relations
  • 11. Media Production
  • Video
  • 13. Audio
  • 14. Pay Grades
    Human Communications: $61,000-106,000
    Public Relations: $28,000-90,000
    Journalism: $25,000-63,000
    Mass Media: $43,000-107,000
  • 15. Studying Abroad
  • 16. Conclusion
    “Communication Arts provides students with the essential skills to be successful in today's information and media driven world.  Adept at researching and analysis, as well as presentation, Communication Arts students can pursue a wide range of careers in the private sector, the government, and academics.  Ultimately, no other major allows such professional versatility, or is as integral to so many fields as Communication Arts.” – Dr. Moeder, Salisbury University CMAT Professor
  • 17. Source Citations
    Journalism. (2010, November 1). Merriam Webster Dictionary online.
    Retrieved fromhttp://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/journalism 
    Salisbury University. (2010). Communication Arts. Retrieved fromhttp://
    www.salisbury.edu/commarts/ 
    Salisbury University. (2010). Career Services. Retrieved fromhttp://
    www.salisbury.edu/careerservices/