International communication is changing in countless new and exciting ways.
Message from the Dean
In the College of International Communication, students learn by doing. Our projects provide credits for your degree and real-world experience for your resume. We train you for the future by forecasting trends in technology so, when you graduate, you are ready to fill positions with skills others have not yet mastered.
In my analysis, four kinds of students thrive in International Communication:
Storyteller—You express yourself through the narrative form: journalist, PR or advertising specialist, screenwriter
Visualizer—You see things through images and instinctively deliver your message graphically: digital designer, photojournalist, director
Performer—You love to be “on,” commanding attention: actor, singer, dancer, on-camera reporter
Artist—You are driven to create, no matter the media: illustrator, digital animator, web designer
If one (or more) of these sounds like you, I invite you to find your place in the College of International Communication.
We're all about new and emerging media. As a student in the College of International Communication, you'll stay ahead of the trends to become a media practitioner of the future.