Career Options

Graduates with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Management go on into careers such as:

  • Communication training and development specialists
  • Human resource officers
  • Corporate or personal event planners
  • Sales representatives
  • Higher education administrators
  • Corporate managers
  • Ministry leader in churches and nonprofits
  • Marriage and family counselors
  • High school guidance counselors
  • Entrepreneurs

Communication Internship Benefits

Research from the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) has shown that students who graduate with internship experience receive higher entry-level salaries, are more likely to be hired after graduation, and experience less time searching for jobs than graduates without internship experience. As a communication management major, your required 3-unit internship will help you develop your portfolio and set you up for success in the career field of your choice.

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Internship Placements

Previous communication management majors have been placed in internships at the following companies:

  • Nordstrom
  • Walt Disney Company
  • Inland Empire Utilities Agency (External Affairs)
  • ICEE (Marketing/Customer Relations)
  • The Giving Keys (Creative)
  • Dialogue Direct (Fundraising)
  • The Peninsula Hotel
  • Tournament of Roses (Operations/Hospitality Branch)
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