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  • 1. College of Communication Arts & Sciences Where do you want to go? You want to produce the next academy award winning film. You want to develop the next slogan like “Just Do It” or “Got Milk?” You want to be the next Oprah. You want to be the next writer for Rolling Stone. You want to promote the next Taylor Swift. You want to develop the next app for the iPhone. The College of Communication Arts and Sciences (CAS) at Michigan State University can provide you with the foundation you need to explore what’s next in areas like promotion, new media development, public relations, health communication, broadcasting, film production, layout and design, and writing for news The College of Communication Arts and Sciences (CAS) at Michigan State University can provide you with the foundation you need to explore what’s next in areas like promotion, new media development, public relations, health communication, broadcasting, film production, layout and design, and writing for news. Consider one of the five majors available in CAS and where it can take you: Advertising: Work for an advertising agency in creating the layout for ads you see on billboards or in magazines. Work in media sales to negotiate the time purchased for a Super Bowl commercial. Develop a promotion campaign for a not-for-profit organization. Communication: Use your understanding of negotiation and conflict resolution to pursue law school. Be part of a media research firm to evaluate the impact of cartoons on children. Hone your mass communication skills in developing a cancer awareness campaign. Journalism: Become a writer for blogs like Huffingtonpost.com. Work as a sports broadcaster. Write documentaries for places like National Geographic or Discovery Channel. Work for a major magazine in article writing, publication design, or infographics. Media Arts & Technology: Develop video games. Produce audio or video for a television or radio station. Edit film or develop the trailers for movies. Direct a television show. Develop simulation program to train paramedics, veterinarians, or doctors. Media Communication & Technology: Develop security systems for online information. Work for a cell phone company in developing the latest mobile technology. Create an interactive system for doctors in the U.S. to see patients in rural countries without ever leaving their office. There are many opportunities waiting for you in the College of Communication Arts & Sciences. If you want to learn more, come talk to an academic advisor in CAS by visiting www.cas.msu.edu/advising
  • 2. College of Communication Arts & Sciences Where do you want to go? You want to produce the next academy award winning film. You want to develop the next slogan like “Just Do It” or “Got Milk?” You want to be the next Oprah. You want to be the next writer for Rolling Stone. You want to promote the next Taylor Swift. You want to develop the next app for the iPhone. The College of Communication Arts and Sciences (CAS) at Michigan State University can provide you with the foundation you need to explore what’s next in areas like promotion, new media development, public relations, health communication, broadcasting, film production, layout and design, and writing for news The College of Communication Arts and Sciences (CAS) at Michigan State University can provide you with the foundation you need to explore what’s next in areas like promotion, new media development, public relations, health communication, broadcasting, film production, layout and design, and writing { for news. Advertising: Work for an advertising agency in creating the layout for ads you see on billboards or in magazines. Work in media sales to negotiate the time purchased for a Super Bowl commercial. Develop a promotion campaign for a not-for-profit organization. Consider Communication: Use your understanding of negotiation and conflict resolution to pursue law school. Be part of a media research firm to evaluate the impact one of the of cartoons on children. Hone your mass communication skills in developing a five majors cancer awareness campaign. available Journalism: Become a writer for blogs like Huffingtonpost.com. Work as a in CAS sports broadcaster. Write documentaries for places like National Geographic or and where Discovery Channel. Work for a major magazine in article writing, publication it can take design, or infographics. you: Media Arts & Technology: Develop video games. Produce audio or video for a television or radio station. Edit film or develop the trailers for movies. Direct a television show. Develop simulation program to train paramedics, veterinarians, or doctors. Media Communication & Technology: Develop security systems for online information. Work for a cell phone company in developing the latest mobile technology. Create an interactive system for doctors in the U.S. to see patients in rural countries without ever leaving their office. There are many opportunities waiting for you in the College of Communication Arts & Sciences. If you want to learn more, come talk to an academic advisor in CAS by visiting www.cas.msu.edu/advising
  • 3. College of Communication Arts & Sciences Where do you want to go? You want to produce the next academy award winning film. You want to develop the next slogan like “Just Do It” or “Got Milk?” You want to be the next Oprah. You want to be the next writer for Rolling Stone. You want to promote the next Taylor Swift. You want to develop the next app for the iPhone. The College of Communication Arts and Sciences (CAS) at Michigan State University can provide you with the foundation you need to explore what’s next in areas like promotion, new media development, public relations, health communication, broadcasting, film production, layout and design, and writing for news The College of Communication Arts and Sciences (CAS) at Michigan State University can provide you with the foundation you need to explore what’s next in areas like promotion, new media development, public relations, health communication, broadcasting, film production, layout and design, and writing for news. Consider one of the five majors available in CAS and where it can take you: Advertising: Work for an advertising agency in creating the layout for ads you see on billboards or in magazines. Work in media sales to negotiate the time purchased for a Super Bowl commercial. Develop a promotion campaign for a not-for-profit organization. Communication: Use your understanding of negotiation and conflict resolution to pursue law school. Be part of a media research firm to evaluate the impact of cartoons on children. Hone your mass communication skills in developing a cancer awareness campaign. Journalism: Become a writer for blogs like Huffingtonpost.com. Work as a sports broadcaster. Write documentaries for places like National Geographic or Discovery Channel. Work for a major magazine in article writing, publication design, or infographics. Media Arts & Technology: Develop video games. Produce audio or video for a television or radio station. Edit film or develop the trailers for movies. Direct a television show. Develop simulation program to train paramedics, veterinarians, or doctors. Media Communication & Technology: Develop security systems for online information. Work for a cell phone company in developing the latest mobile technology. Create an interactive system for doctors in the U.S. to see patients in rural countries without ever leaving their office. There are many opportunities waiting for you in the College of Communication Arts & Sciences. If you want to learn more, come talk to an academic advisor in CAS by visiting www.cas.msu.edu/advising
  • 4. College of Communication Arts & Sciences Where do you want to go? You want to produce the next academy award winning film. You want to develop the next slogan like “Just Do It” or “Got Milk?” You want to be the next Oprah. You want to be the next writer for Rolling Stone. You want to promote the next Taylor Swift. You want to develop the next app for the iPhone. The College of Communication Arts and Sciences (CAS) at Michigan State University can provide you with the foundation you need to explore what’s next in areas like promotion, new media development, public relations, health communication, broadcasting, film production, layout and design, and writing for news. Consider one of the five majors available in CAS and where it can take you: Advertising: Work for an advertising agency in creating the layout for ads you see on billboards or in magazines. Work in media sales to negotiate the time purchased for a Super Bowl commercial. Develop a promotion campaign for a not-for-profit organization. Communication: Use your understanding of negotiation and conflict resolution to pursue law school. Be part of a media research firm to evaluate the impact of cartoons on children. Hone your mass communication skills in developing a cancer awareness campaign. Journalism: Become a writer for blogs like Huffingtonpost.com. Work as a sports broadcaster. Write documentaries for places like National Geographic or Discovery Channel. Work for a major magazine in article writing, publication design, or infographics. Media Arts & Technology: Develop video games. Produce audio or video for a television or radio station. Edit film or develop the trailers for movies. Direct a television show. Develop simulation program to train paramedics, veterinarians, or doctors. Media Communication & Technology: Develop security systems for online information. Work for a cell phone company in developing the latest mobile technology. Create an interactive system for doctors in the U.S. to see patients in rural countries without ever leaving their office. There are many opportunities waiting for you in the College of Communication Arts & Sciences. If you want to learn more, come talk to an academic advisor in CAS by visiting www.cas.msu.edu/advising