Career Fields for Sociology Majors —
Communications & Journalism


Graduate Programs in Communications & Journalism

Advertising and Public Relations Graduate School Programs

Advertising and Public Relations graduate programs involve the creative delivery of information, often through paid media outlets. Those who earn a master's in advertising and public relations can become media planners, creative directors, public-relations specialists, and more.

Communication - Journalism and Mass Media Graduate School Programs

Master's (M.A.) degrees in Journalism and Communications can prepare students to pursue careers in traditional as well as web-based media including newspapers, magazines, and broadcasting. Graduates who complete a graduate program in journalism can enter careers as investigative journalists, editors, publishers, and more.

Communication Studies Graduate School Programs

Graduate programs in Communication Studies deal with the nature of mass communication and the various ways it affects our lives, as well as the very nature of  mass communication itself. Master's (M.A.) degree students will study the way communication is structured and carried out to its societal impact. Graduates can become writers, broadcasters, government agents, and more.

Communications Management Graduate School Programs

Graduate programs in Communication Management involve analyzing audiences, organizing ideas and choosing the right media in a multicultural environment. Graduates with a master's (M.A.) degree in communication management can become public relations executives, human resources executives, corporate media directors, and more.

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