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Students have three concentration choices: Media Communication, Interpersonal Communication, or Public Relations. The Department of Communication at the University of Delaware offers a strong theory and research-based program coupled with skills training in oral communication, video production, broadcast journalism and public relations. Students also study intercultural communication, principles in advertising, media and children, politics and entertainment, persuasion, strategic communication, relationship skills, and conflict management.
Communication majors are provided with opportunities to conduct undergraduate research, complete internships and earn an honors degree. Our majors can further specialize their studies by completing minors in Advertising, Journalism, and/or Political Communication Our graduates have found jobs in a variety of industries including television, radio, print media, law, politics, education and health.
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