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Careers In Communication

Courses offered by the Communication Department provide training in the intellectual, technical, and personal skills needed for a variety of careers in business, media, public service, performing arts, journalism, and publishing.

To research any of the careers listed below, please consult the O*Net Online site.

Media

Audio/Visual Specialist
Broadcast news Analyst
Broadcaster
Documentarian
Electronic Publications Specialist
Interviewer
Media Manager
On-air Reporter
Sportscaster
Video Producer
Web Content Manager
Web Master
Web Usability Specialist

 

 

Performing Arts

Actor – tv, film, theatre
Camera Operator – recording and video production
Costume Designer
Director (film, video, theatre)
Dramaturge or Story Editor
Makeup Artist
Lighting and Sound Designer
Narrator (audio, video, film)
Producer -- tv, film, theatre
Scenic Designer
Script Editor
Script Writer
Stage Manager
Talent Agent
Theatre Critic
Theatre Manager
Theatre Support Specialist
Private Sector

Advertising Specialist
Business Analyst
Communications Consultant
Corporate Communications Officer
Corporate Trainer
E-learning Specialist
Events Coordinator
Industrial and Labor Relations Specialist
Instructional Designer
Media Specialist
Procedure Writer
Promotions Specialist
Public Relations Specialist
Recruiter
Researcher
Spokesperson
Telemarketer
Training Manager

Public Sector

Consumer Advocacate
Development Officer
Government Relations Specialist
Grant Writer
Instruction Program Designer
Lobbyist
Mediator
Negotiator
Political Aide
Political Campaign Manager
Public Administrator
Public Information Officer
Student services specialist
Teacher/Professor

 

 

Writing / Journalism / Publication

Blogger
Columnist
Copywriter
Editor
Freelance Writer
Ghost Writer
Journalist
News Editor
News Writer
Nonfiction Writer
Print Production Specialist
Proofreader
Publisher
Speech Writer
Sports Writer
Technical Writer