The Media, Rhetoric and Culture major prepares students for a
wide variety of professions that require "big picture" thinking and
detail-oriented language. Graduates receive a strong foundation for
graduate or law school.
MRC graduates are also well prepared for careers as social media
managers, speech writers, film critics, lobbyists, fundraisers,
campaign directors, lawyers, marketing communications specialists,
political analysts, nonprofit organization managers, human
resources specialists, media production assistants, commentators,
community organizers, community relations personnel, policy
analysts, diversity awareness trainers, tour guides, hospitality
directors, activists and educators.
While communication technologies evolve rapidly, the need for
strong critical thinking, message analysis, and communication are
For information about communication internship opportunities,
contact the College of Communication's internship director Scott
Bridge at firstname.lastname@example.org.
MRC gives students flexibility to move across fields as careers
and professions evolve!