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  • A fair share of politicians, actors, athletes, and media personalities have studied the art of communication
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    1. Rebecca Leinemann Katie Conner Gavin Green Christopher Gilmore David Hitch
    2.  What is a communications degree?  Why choose communications?  Different fields?  Potential jobs?  Salary?  Influential people with a degree in communications?
    3.  Language and rhetoric  Convincing argument  Modern marriage of theory and applications
    4.  Convincing argument + appropriate medium = effectively delivered message  Desire to communicate effectively  Strong verbal and writing skills  Caring and helpful attitude  Interest in your surroundings
    5.  Human communication studies Journalism/Public Relations  Media Productions  Media studies
    6.  Instructor, Postsecondary/Higher Education  Counselor  Speech writer  Sales associate  Insurance representative  Corporate communications director  Human Resources manager
    7.  PR representative for major company  Journalist  Newspaper Editor  Critic  Speech writer  Fact checker  Publisher  Media relations representative  Reporter
    8.  Script writer  News director  Audio engineer  Newscaster Director  Producer  Announcer  News anchor
    9.  Media Coordinator  Fact checker  Media resource director  Researcher  Proofreader  Marketing researcher
    10.  According to PayScale.com…  Communications manager: $41,271- $61,495  Marketing manager: $49,495-$66,113  Marketing Director: $30,521-$115,000  Instructor, Postsecondary Education/Higher Education: $29,500- $43,229  Public Relations manager: $37,571- $71,299
    11. ◦ Evan Bayh ◦ Meg Ryan ◦ Renee Zellweger ◦ Denzel Washington ◦ Nicholas Meyer ◦ Mark Harmon ◦ Donovan McNabb ◦ Walter Cronkite National Communication Association
    12.  Communication arts is a growing field  Array of jobs for this major  Probably one of the best majors you could choose in college because of its large selection of careers
    13.  "Famous People with Degrees in Communication." National Communication Association. Web. 04 Nov. 2010. <http://www.natcom.org/Default.aspx?id =1165&terms=famous people with degrees in communications>.  "Master of Arts (MA), Communication Degree Salary, Jobs with Master of Arts (MA), Communication Degrees - PayScale." PayScale - Salary Comparison, Salary Survey, Search Wages. Web. 04 Nov. 2010. <http://www.payscale.com/research/US/Deg ree=Master_of_Arts_(MA),_Communication/Salary>.  "Communications Major What Can You Do With a College Degree in Communications?" Online Degree Programs from Online Colleges & Universities WorldWideLearn.com. Web. 04 Nov. 2010. <http://www.worldwidelearn.com/online- education-guide/business/communications-major.htm>.

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