We’ve all seen how poor communications can be embarrassing, costly and even dangerous. In this world of constant communications, words can change the world.
The Bachelor of Communication Studies degree prepares you for a whole range of career options. You could:
- work in-house at a company or organization;
- work freelance as your own boss;
- teach courses or offer corporate workshops.
In this big small world where technology means you can work from anywhere, the job opportunities available to you are too numerous to mention. The National Occupational Classification Codes (NOCS) lists about 300 occupational titles for journalists and other communications professionals combined.
As technology evolves, new jobs will evolve. Talk about being prepared for the leading edge!
Communications professionals are employed by:
- Print and digital publications
- Radio and television networks and stations
- Software developers
- Civic, provincial and federal government departments
- Corporations and companies
- Industries - oil and gas, agriculture, telecommunications
- Health, science, and educational organizations
- Non-government organizations (NGO)
For more information about careers in professional communications go to:
Alberta Learning Information Service-Occupational Profiles