Undergraduate Program

"What can I do with a degree in Communication?"

The Rhetoric & Public Communication emphasis can prepare students for the following careers.
Note: This list is not exhaustive. It provides a sample of possible occupations. 

Public Relations Director Philanthropic Representative
Public Information Officer Corporate Communications Staff
Speech Writer Legislative Assistant
Human Rights Officer Campaign Research Specialist
Community Relations Liaison College Recruiter
Regional Manager Human Resources Manager
Retailer Project Coordinator
Fund Raiser Customer Service Representative
Travel Agent Management Trainee

Sample Employers:

Government Agencies Political Parties
Political Office Holders Convention Centers
Real Estate Development Firms Non-Profit Organizations
News Media Public Relations Agencies
Universities and Colleges Chambers of Commerce
Health CAre Facilities United Way
Economic Development Firms Advertising Agencies
Red Cross Marketing Firms or Departments

Resources for Rhetoric and Public Communication students:

Government & Political Associates Consortium www.gpac.net
Gradschools.com www.gradschools.com
Law Schools www.isac.org
National Communication Association www.natcom.org
American Communication Association www.americancomm.org
Legal Employment Search Site www.legalemploy.com
Non-Profit Jobs www.nonprofitjobs.org
Federal Jobs Digest www.jobsfed.com