Greetings from Temple University’s Communication Studies office!
On behalf of the Communication Studies office, I thank you for your interest in attending Temple University. It is my hope that you find the Communication Studies program intriguing, innovative and informative.
As a student myself, I recognize that Temple University values and pursues student involvement in the city, global relationships, internships, leadership opportunities, and most importantly, creating an education for students. Our Communication Studies program is already very popular. More and more students enjoy the flexibility, personal focus, and diverse applications that the Program offers. We want you to be a part of the exciting new opportunities!
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Why choose Communication Studies Program?
The biggest draw to the Communication Studies Program is the freedom and flexibility that it grants to its students. The applications of communications are very broad. As such, the various paths that students will undertake in their study of communications are equally broad. Additionally, students like the increased marketability in numerous fields that a degree in communications affords them.
What can a student do with a Communication Studies degree?
Communications underscore any number of fields including media, law, public service as well as a host of other possibilities. Graduates of our program have pursued positions at multimedia conglomerates, continued on to do graduate work, and have served important roles in many community organizations throughout the country and world. Communications skills continue to be vital in numerous employment setting, making the Communication Studies major an attractive choice for students.
Learning from other studies, seeing connections:
For this week, a word to graduating students about the importance of education, a liberal arts education, and life insights. A commencement address at Stanford from business guru and world-wide entrepreneur, Steve Jobs: