What is the Job Outlook for A Communication Studies Major?

January 2, 2018 - 10:14am -- Ashland University
Communication Studies Major | Ashland University
The job outlook for a communication studies major is promising. Online communication studies can lead to a Bachelor of Arts or a Masters in Communication. The Bachelor of Arts in Communication program will teach you the importance and foundational aspects of communication in workplace organizations, human relations, and more

Infographic - Commnication Degrees are in Demand and Flourishing

June 13, 2017 - 2:00pm -- Ashland University
Communication Degrees Are in Demand and Flourishing | Online Comm Degrees
The Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication Studies prepares students for a broad range of careers by providing a strong communication foundation involving speaking, listening, writing, organizational, leadership, and conflict negotiation skills as they apply to a variety of institutional and relational contexts.

4 Qualities You Really Need In a Risk Communication Specialist

April 5, 2017 - 5:14pm -- Ashland University
4 Qualities You Need as a Risk Communications Specialist
A Risk Communications Specialist can play a key role in an organization’s success and public image. What does a Risk Communications Specialist do? He or she may write press releases, speak with the media, promote events, and calm the public during a crisis. A Risk Communications Specialist can help to boost the company’s image, deter rumors, and improve morale.

Two Powerful Communication Strategies You Probably Aren’t Using

January 11, 2017 - 3:59pm -- Ashland University
Masters of Communication - 2 Communication Strategies
Communication weaknesses have helped to take down major firms like Enron and Nokia. Recently, social media and fake news stories have had a large impact on political and corporate landscapes. The impact that communications has on an company is so powerful that the Harvard Business Review referred to poor communication as the “silent killer of big companies.”1