Something to Talk About
Employers nationwide have identified verbal and written communication skills among the top ten skills they seek when hiring college graduates. Hone your persuasive skills and learn to effectively craft and disseminate information to others. Your communications degree may lead you to journalism, broadcasting or media relations — we know because we have seen our graduates soar in these positions.
The C-SC Difference
You will develop skills to enhance personal and professional opportunities with your communications major. Focus on one of three specialty tracks: media communication, sports communication or public relations. You will be provided at least three semesters of practical hands-on experience with the student newspaper or the student-run online media outlet, Wildcat Wire. You will have multiple opportunities to be part of live broadcasts of Culver-Stockton athletics contests, as well as other events on campus and in the community.
What can I do with a Communication Degree?
Our communication graduates have gone on to secure on-air positions
Beyond the Classroom
- Lambda Pi Eta – National Communication Association Honor
- Travel Study courses offered frequently
- Exploratory and Professional Internships
- Wildcat Wire online media outlet
- Producing and directing podcasts
Information About Our Minors
The minor in Communication goes with many majors, but especially Arts Management, Theatre, Art, Music, Business and Sport Management.