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In a widely reposted article by Terence Loose, originally featured on Yahoo Education, entitled "Degrees Employers Hate and Love," a Bachelor's in Communication emerged as the #2 "Most Loved Degree."
A Bachelor of Science degree in Communication is one prized by employers because these graduates typically have had a well-rounded educational experience with a focus on excellence in all aspects of written and oral communication. Communication degrees translate into job opportunities in every industry.
Thanks to our Upside-Down Curriculum, you'll be taking classes like Public Speaking, Media & Society, Audio and Video Production, Visual & Digital Communication, among others during your first year at Champlain.
As a Communication major at Champlain, you won't be spending tons of time alone in the library studying a bunch of communication theories that have been around since the Dark Ages. Instead, you'll be exploring new media tools and working with the latest communication technology available. You'll be learning business skills applying them to classroom and real-client communication problems.
The Communication major at Champlain allows you to
The fastest growing major at Champlain, Communication boasts graduates who are carving out unique professional territory in areas such as nonprofit communications, social media management, human resources, public relations, advertising, public service, television, broadcasting and radio.
This is also a great program if you are considering going straight to graduate school. In addition to the extensive career-focused programs and support offered College-wide, the Communication program focuses on helping students become completely market ready. Highlights include: