The Media & Communication program has a broad-based core that prepares students for a wide range of careers. Then, in consultation with an advisor, the student chooses electives, internships, a minor or double major, and other hands-on experiences to build a specialty area. Areas of concentration often include sports communication, marketing, public relations, journalism, videography, graphic design, and media studies.
Learn more about the types of classes that you will take as a Media & Communication student by visiting the department’s Degrees & Requirements webpage.
MEDIA & COMMUNICATION MAJOR & CAREER EXPLORATION RESOURCES:
To discover applicable job titles, job and internship links, and industry information, visit “What Can I Do With A Major In…” maintained by the University of North Carolina-Wilmington.
To explore specific occupations, the Occupational Outlook Handbook provides everything from quick facts to detailed career path insights including educational requirements and salary ranges.
E&H MEDIA & COMUNICATIONS MAJORS AFTER GRADUATION: