Communication is a dynamic career field for college graduates today. While channels are rapidly changing, the power of communication is recognized as critical to organizations and initiatives. In fact, online technology is enabling companies to build expertise and relationships with their publics as never before. Strategic leaders as well as versatile content creators are needed in new capacities.
There is a growing demand for quality content, along with thoughtful people who can creatively and clearly convey ideas. Graduates willing to patiently develop seasoned talent and professional judgment will see an increasing variety of corporate, media, and ministry roles open to them, even at an executive level.
Recent Bethel graduates in Communication Studies or Media Communications have entered the following careers:
- Organizational communications
- Public relations
- Web development and management
- Broadcast news
- Media production
- Event planning and production
For further professional study, Bethel offers its own M.A. in Communication through the Graduate School. Our B.A. students have been accepted into a variety of other graduate programs as well, including, New York University, the University of Virginia, and Texas State University-San Marcos.
This info is designed to help you think about and explore possible career paths. It does not guarantee that these careers will be available once you earn this degree.