What can I do with a Communication Degree?
The surveys consistently show that the kind of skills developed by Communication majors are highly valued by all kinds of employers. Courses and activities in this department both teach and make use of the skills ranked at or near the top of the list since 1993. Students with a degree in Communication are ready to excel in a wide variety of careers. Some broad categories that most commonly come to mind are listed below:
- Education (including elementary, high school, and college)
- Dispute Resolution
- Business Management
- Public Relations
- Social Advocacy
- Communication Consulting
- Computer Services
- Radio Broadcasting
- TV Broadcasting
- Corporate Training and Development
The tutor is available to help with speeches for COMM 100, other communication classes, speeches for other classes, and speeches for other occasions.
Spring 2013 Tutoring Hours
Mondays - 11am to 12pm in Telonicher House 112
and other times by appointment.
Contact the tutor, Shelby Celia at (360) 420-1335 or at email@example.com to schedule a meeting time that works with your schedule.
Tutoring is done by students who have successfully completed Fundamentals of Speech Communication, Critical Thinking and Small Groups, Introduction to Argumentation, or Critical Listening and Thinking. Tutors work one-on-one with students from those classes who want help learning the concepts, studying for exams, or preparing speaking assignments. Tutoring not only helps you learn to work individually with people to improve their performances, but also demonstrates your willingness to be of service to others.
To become a tutor you must discuss your interests and qualifications with the department chair Maxwell Schnurer and enroll in SC 495: Field Experience, which can be repeated.