Girl wearing blue Hillcat shirt with a red checked shirt over it.A communications degree will prepare you for a wide variety of career paths – it is one of the most versatile degrees you can earn.

Our students benefit not only from highly-credentialed and experienced faculty, but from our unique combination of co-curricular student programs.

Our graduates have gone on to work in broadcasting, corporate communications, or non-profit administration. Because of its emphasis on communication and critical thinking skills, our B.A. in Communications also serves as an excellent pre-law degree, as well as an ideal baccalaureate degree for those interested in a career in ministry.

Employers everywhere seek to hire graduates with strong communication skills, and our graduates are very popular with companies who sponsor career fairs. Graduates in communications from RSU become indispensable employees because they know how to adapt to changing circumstances and marketplace realities.

What can you do with a Communications Degree?

  • News Anchor
  • Broadcaster
  • College Recruiter
  • Communication Consultant
  • Community Relations Director
  • Government Lobbyist
  • Governmental Press Secretary
  • High School Speech Teacher
  • Human Resources Manager
  • Journalist/Reporter
  • Lawyer (pre-law)
  • Market Researcher
  • Marketing Specialist
  • Media Account Executive
  • Media Sales
  • Mediation Specialist
  • Minister (pre-seminary)
  • Political Campaign Director
  • Public Affairs Director
  • Public Information Officer
  • Public Relations Officer
  • Public Speaker
  • Radio Talk Show Host
  • Speech Writer
  • Theater Manager