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  • There are 4 tracks within the Communication Arts Major at Salisbury. Each of these tracks offers a wide variety of classes which allows students to fine-tune a general curriculum to their specific needs. Whether you want to be a sports journalist, a political candidate, film-maker or an international mediator there are classes available to provide you with the educational tools you will need to pursue the career you want.
  • Internship opportunities give students an opportunity to get their foot in the door. Students have some experience in their field upon entering the workplace.
    Jobs range from accounting to all kinds of media, government or even some surprising ones like speech coach or social workers.
    There are very few companies/agencies who do NOT need some type of communications experts. Ad agencies, schools, tv networks, retail stores, or even event planning agencies are just a few examples.
    Students gain a wide variety of activities and skills are gained which can be used and are valued in practically any position/job.
    Students also study communication across many barriers, such as gender, race, culture, social status etc and learn to cope with differences to communicate effectively and amicably.
  • Human communication is the production and reception of information among human beings. It involves understanding messages of improving communicative interactions.
  • On to Journalism, here are some jobs that can be acquired with a degree concentration in Journalism. I’m going to pick just two of these five and look a little closer at what kind of money you can make and what kind of work the job entails.
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    1. 1. by: Abbie Maseychik Chris Morgan Donvoneise Jackson Mallory Lengel & Sean Murtagh
    2. 2.  4 Tracks  Journalism & Public Relations  Human Communication  Media Studies  Media Production
    3. 3.  Internship opportunities  Variety of job positions  Virtually limitless number of employers  Skills gained are critical assets in other areas  Gain insight into human communication
    4. 4. Human Communication-The production and reception of information among human beings. Human Communication involves understanding messages for the purpose of improving communicative interactions
    5. 5.  Human Resources Administrator- Responsible for supporting a business within every area of human resources, including recruitment and employee relations  Average Salaries vary between 36,000-51,000
    6. 6.  Sales Support Director- Establishes sales support process and support activities.  Responsibilities- Resource allocation, as well as coaching and guiding direct reports.  Average salaries vary from 87,000-127,000
    7. 7.  Many Human Communication majors go on to manager positions, sales, human resources, and jobs that require training and development
    8. 8. Media Production is designed to organize students who want to focus on careers in media environment, either directly as producers, writers, directors, and editors, or indirectly as advertisers, marketers, and public relations professionals
    9. 9. Brand Manager Communication Specialist Creative Director Media Director Web Analytics Manager
    10. 10. Brand managers plan for a particular brand or product Average salary is $76,100. More than half of Brand Managers earn between $65,597 and $87,169
    11. 11. Media Directors oversee the media department .They are responsible for managing the client's media . Average salary is from $62,250 - 91,250. Media Directors with at least five years of experience
    12. 12.  Editor  Newscaster  News Analyst  Reporter  Writer
    13. 13.  Editors are responsible for the overall quality and content of work provided by writers and reporters.  manages publishing projects of all sizes  ensures publication has a logical, easy-to-follow structure  corrects grammar, spelling and punctuation  makes sure facts are correct and consistent  helps stylize language  provides advice on formatting and design.  Editors can earn salaries of anywhere from $35,375 to $53,970
    14. 14.  A college degree in journalism provides a student with the skills and the insight to research and deliver current information to audiences in a variety of media.  Journalists learn to use traditional storytelling techniques to relate news and information through print, radio, television, film, and online media.
    15. 15.  News analysts—also called newscasters or news anchors—examine, interpret, and broadcast news received from various sources. News anchors present news stories and introduce videotaped news or live transmissions from on-the-scene reporters.  They also help editors shape the content of a news program or a newspaper by weighing audience interest in a particular story with the media's responsibility to inform the public about the ramifications of current events.  Salaries for News Analysts, Reporters and Correspondents range from $40,404 to $73,519.,_Reporter_or_Correspondent/Salary
    17. 17. Public relations specialists handle organizational functions such as:  media  community  consumer  governmental relations  political campaigns  interest-group representation  conflict mediation  or employee  investor relations Public relations specialists held about 122,000 jobs in 1998. The advertising and public relations services industry employed 462,300 wage and salary workers in 2008.