What Can You Do With A Mass Communication Degree?

Every business or organization needs great communicators. A degree in mass communication is one of the most versatile tools for the job market. Here's a sampling of the wide-range of fields our graduates work in: 

 

photo: Seth Medvin, Denver Broncos

Seth Medvin, 2013

Strategic Communications Manager
Denver Broncos

 photo: Ginger Gibson

Ginger Gibson, 2008

Washington Correspondent
Thomson Reuters

photo: Lindsey Rabalais

Lindsey Rabalais, 2011,
M.M.C. 2015

Attorney

photo: Norisha Kirts

Norisha Kirts, 2003

President
NRK Construction

 

 

photo:Dillon Couvillon, NYC

Dillon Couvillon, 2008

Interior Designer
Dude Does Design, NYC

photo: Cassandra Chandler, FBI

Cassandra Chandler, 1979

Asst. Director, Office of Public Affairs
FBI

photo: Bryan Jones, HNTB

Bryan Jones, 2005

Associate Vice President
HNTB, an infrastructure solutions firm

photo: Leigh Fairey, Turner Broadcasting

Leigh Fairey, 2013

Associate Production Manager
Turner Sports

 

 

photo: Kelsey Wingert, Fox Sports

Kelsey Wingert, 2014

Sideline Reporter
Fox Sports South

photo: Meg Casper, LA SOS

Meg Casper, 1994

Press Secretary
Louisiana Secretary of State

photo: Mark Grant, CBS

Mark Grant, 1981

Director
CBS Sports

photo: Emily Dixon, LSU Football

 Emily Dixon, 2009

Coordinator of Offensive Operations
LSU Football