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Communication is the top skill that employers are looking for!

 

According to a Forbes article, top-notch communication skills are important to employers because every job requires personal interaction between customers, co-workers or the public. In fact, there are many more benefits to having a degree in this area including a variety of careers associated with communication.

The University of Findlay offers two communication majors:


Do you like to be in control? You could manage the reputation and relationships of an organization, work with non-profits or the government. The public relations degree program prepares students to achieve success through the study of web design, video production, news writing, mass communication and digital media.

Journalism/Digital Media

Learn skills to produce stories with fair and accurate information through interviews, research and observation while building strong writing and editing skills. There is a strong emphasis on digital media that integrates computer science, communication, English and art courses to meet the demands of an ever-changing area.


Experiential Learning


At Findlay, you will learn by doing through a number of student-led organizations, internships, on-campus media and much more. Whether you'd like to write for the University's newspaper, be a part of UFTV, or work with real clients to gain hands-on experience, there is a variety of opportunities available to you that will relate to your area of study and career goals. Click here to learn about Findlay Media Network.

University of Findlay's PRSSA (Public Relations Student Society of America) chapter works with real clients and completes a number of projects that gives each member real world experience. Watch this video to see what the group is all about:

 

Created by English and journalism double-major Kelsey Nevius.


 

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