As a communication and media major, you will examine verbal and nonverbal messages as they shape and are shaped by relationships, organizations and media. By taking courses that integrate critical theory and real-world practice, you’ll explore a variety of areas of study, including environmental communication, health campaigns, sports communication, humor and media, intercultural communication and radio production.

The communication and media major is designed to build a foundation upon which students may pursue professional work and careers in sectors like law, politics, media organizations, education, business, technology, healthcare, social services, and more. Use the Career Insight tool below to see real-time labor market data on jobs in this field.