Your Experience

Rewarding careers await you in the ever-evolving world of communications. Employers say the ability to communicate effectively is one of the most crucial “soft skills” they seek.

Do you see yourself reporting on the major issues of the day, designing the next big video game or helping companies find their unique voice? Entering the school as an undeclared student opens the doors to a variety of disciplines as you explore our undergraduate programs in advertising and integrated communications; film, television and media arts; graphic and interactive design; journalism; media studies; and public relations.

The Ed McMahon Communications Center is a first-rate production facility for hands-on training in all aspects of television, film, journalism and multimedia production. You’ll have access to these facilities, even in your first year.

Employment in communications occupations is projected to grow 14 percent from 2020–2030, resulting in about 151,500 new jobs. Between your internships and your experiential learning, we’ll give you the tools and skills to succeed in your chosen career.