Why Study Communication?

There are many reasons to consider a degree in communication, but we believe there are three distinct advantages to our program.

  • Flexibility and customization: We have a series of core classes and concentration requirements, but there is plenty of room in your schedule to take courses outside the department that cater to your specific areas of interest.
  • Practicality: The experience you gain through our class projects, courses, and internships will equip you to be an immediate contributor on the job. Employers love this; trust us.
  • Diversity: This is a diverse discipline featuring three distinct concentrations within the major. You can learn the skills of a communication generalist or a specialist—the choice is up to you. We have the courses and faculty to help with both options.

This list represents a sampling of the wide variety of jobs held by recent graduates of our program.

  • Production Assistant at 120 Sports, a web-based TV channel in Chicago
  • Leadership Development Consultant at Pi Beta Phi National Sorority Organization
  • Operations Manager at WGFA Radio
  • Marketing Communications Coordinator at Runzheimer International
  • Community Specialist at American Cancer Society
  • Social Media Manager at Serta Company

Departmental News

Sam Meister Millikin University
Academic | Campus | College of Arts & Sciences
Seriously Enthusiastic: Sam Meister
August 2, 2021, 12:30pm
"My teaching style is a mixture of seriousness about the subject matter with an enthusiasm for it that makes it fun." The following article comes from the Summer 2021 edition of Blue...
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WJMU
Academic | Campus | College of Arts & Sciences
WJMU co-hosts win Golden Microphone Award
March 19, 2021, 12:30pm
Millikin radio station earns four national IBS nominations Millikin University student-run radio station 89.5 WJMU The Quad received a Golden Microphone Award at the 81st Annual...
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Millikin Big Blue Soup Dinner
Academic | Campus | Communication
Millikin class makes lasting impact on Big Blue Food Pantry
December 4, 2020, 1:30pm
MU students help raise funds for food pantry through grab-n-go soup dinner Sometimes understanding how to adapt to unique circumstances is the best learning outcome. That is how students...
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