Communication Studies at Winona State University
Communication Studies at WSU - a degree for life.
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Have you asked yourself, “What will I do with my life?” Are you ready to figure this out? First, sit down and think a bit. Next, ask yourself three simple questions: “What might I be good at?” “Would I like a career where competence in communication would me better understand, influence and help other people?” Finally, the most important question you should consider: “What will I do to improve our world?” Communication Studies faculty and students will help you answer those questions, because we believe that Communication Studies is YOUR degree for life.
Our goal is to prepare students to improve communication competency to participate and succeed in our world’s global village. To accomplish this, we offer three degree options: leadership and advocacy, organizational communication, or a general communication option that allows you to choose your own focus from a variety of courses in Communication Studies.
Looking to find an academic home with a strong track record? Then consider our alumni who work in for-profit and non-profit business: Mayo Clinic, Fox Sports Network, State Farm Insurance, Target, Fossil, LCMS Missionaries, Fastenal, Intervarsity, Big Brothers/Big Sisters, and many more. You will find they all agree. . .Communication Studies is a degree for life.
Why Major or Minor in Communication Studies?
Why Communication Studies? Workers who can READ, WRITE, COMPUTE, COMMUNICATE, and THINK efficiently and effectively will fill the best jobs in the new information society- in virtually every industry (Source: University of North Carolina- Wilmington).
What skill sets are you acquiring? (HINT: Put these in your resume!)
Our department mission is to prepare students to meet complex communication challenges across cultural, organizational, relational, and rhetorical contexts in the dynamic twenty-first century by: introducing them to relevant theories and concepts and also providing skill-building, collaboration, and scholarship experiences to promote conscious communication competence in their personal and professional development.
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