A degree in Communication opens doors to a variety of career opportunities and a myriad of future study options, both at UB and beyond.
Strong communication skills are prerequisites to positions in
virtually any professional area. Public relations, marketing,
sales, advertising, radio and television, management in
organizational settings, personnel, and civil and social agencies
are traditional avenues for communication majors. However, many new
job categories are being created in other areas such as the
information technology and health industries that require a strong
communication background. Many communication majors are also
finding exciting positions in the public sector in government and
Services website allows students access to many useful
tools and resources that are helpful to all students including
undecided new students, upperclassmen looking for internships
and/or part-time jobs, graduating seniors and alumni looking for
full-time jobs or graduate school advisement. The site offers
students access to a database of almost 600 career mentors and
professionals in a variety of fields who have volunteered to help
our students with career advice, networking help, etc. It also
contains a calendar with dates on UB
Career Services Job Fairs. Questions? Need an appointment? Call
645-2231 or stop by Career
Services at 259 Capen Hall.
* More information on careers in communication through the National Communication Association
* Communication career information in the UB Undergraduate Catalog.
Find out how an undergraduate degree in Communication can launch your career or provide the foundation for your education.