Corporate Communication Major
THE MARQUETTE Corporate communication Major
ON THE LEADING EDGE. More corporations are expanding their communication efforts to better position themselves in an ever-changing marketplace. Marquette University is one of the few universities to offer a corporate communication major.
corporate communication major internship opportunities at marquette university
- Assurant Health
- Brevient Technologies
- Children's Hospital System
- Direct Supply
- Discovery World Museum
- March of Dimes
- Northwestern Mutual Life
BE STRATEGIC. Courses in the corporate communication major focus on critically evaluating organizational needs and framing strategic responses that work in a variety of settings.
BE AN ADVOCATE. Drawing on Marquette's Jesuit tradition, you will develop the tools to become a voice for more socially responsible corporations.
CROSSING BOUNDARIES. The communication issues that face corporations are not contained in a single department. As a result, the interdisciplinary focus of the corporate communication major draws from multiple areas in communication as well as business.
DEVELOP A VISION. Learn how you can be central to helping a corporation establish a distinct identity in a global environment with a corporate communication major.
BEYOND THE CLASSROOM. In addition to internships, several classes put you in an organizational context that requires you to apply communication theories, principles and practices.
BE HEARD. One of the greatest challenges facing organizations today is being heard in an information-saturated environment. The corporate communication major gives you a seat at the table when decisions are being made about how to strengthen a corporation's voice.
You might like the corporate communication major if you:
- Want to help businesses find creative solutions to communication needs
- Are a strategic thinker
- Are an excellent communicator
- Enjoy working with people
What can you do with a major in corporate communication?
Corporate communication graduates will have the expertise to enter corporate communication departments, organizational communication fields and consulting industries. Not only will graduates be prepared to work in corporate settings but they will also have valuable skills that can be put to use in many non-profit and governmental settings. Learn more about what you can do with a major in corporate communication.
Suggested curriculum for a corporate communication major
Your major courses blue.
- Introduction to Communication
- Media in Society
- Contemporary Presentation
- Histories of Cultures and Society Elective
- Rhetoric and Composition 1
- Foreign Language or Diverse Cultures
- Introduction to Economics
- Science and Nature Elective
- Issues in Corporate Communication
- Public Relations Principles
- Business Foundations
- Organizational Communication
- Diverse Cultures
- Introduction to Visual Communication
- Introduction to Theology
- Philosophy of Human Nature
- Literature and Performing Arts Elective
- Corporate Writing
- Communication Audits and Consulting
- Corporate Rhetoric
- Strategic Research for Advertising and Public Relations
- Corporate Communication Elective
- Theory of Ethics
- Theology Elective
- Major/Minor Electives
- Corporate Communication Electives
- Corporate Communication Internship
- Corporate Social Responsibility
- Minor/Elective Courses
Corporate Communication graduates will have the expertise to enter corporate communication departments, organizational communication fields and consulting industries. Not only will graduates be prepared to work in corporate settings but they will also have valuable skills that can be put to use in many non-profit and governmental settings.