In today's media-driven world, communication is happening all around us everyday—and it takes specific skills to make your voice heard above all the noise. Whether in-person or online, spoken or written, good communication skills are something that can be learned, and they are some of the most valuable qualifications you can bring to any career. The highly qualified professors in NU's communication studies program offer real-world media experience that will help you get a head start in this competitive field—so you can use your voice to make a difference.
A degree from NU can help you launch your career immediately after graduation. Some of the fields that a degree in communication can open up for you include:
Dean, College of Arts and Sciences
"Ten miles from downtown Seattle, our campus is close to cultural and sporting events. You will have access to one of the most active performing arts communities in the nation, with many opportunities in both music and theatre. The computer and video game industry near our campus gives you further internship opportunities. World Vision, a leading humanitarian organization, is headquartered nearby and is always looking for our students as interns. Choose to obtain your degree in a smaller setting where you will be known by professors who care about you. Live in one of the most exciting areas of the nation. Study surrounded by people who share your faith and values. Check out Northwest."
A complete list of courses for the Communication Major can be found in the Academic Catalog »
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