Communication is critical to every career. Communication studies majors at The University of Toledo learn the skills that will allow them to adapt to an evolving job market.
It pays to know how to communicate — whether you're giving a presentation, promoting a cause or an organization, or connecting with the community.
Undergraduates in The University of Toledo’s communication studies bachelor’s degree program study communication skills that allow them to adapt to an evolving, technology-driven job market.
UToledo communication studies majors become educated citizens who understand and practice effective communication. They go on to careers in public relations, nonprofit organizations, government, business or any field that requires solid communication skills.
Experienced faculty. Learn from people who have worked professionally in the field.
Learn through experience. UToledo communication studies majors have many opportunities to practice professional communication skills in real-world settings.
Internships. Faculty members in the Department of Communication have ties to local communication companies and media outlets. The department often assists undergraduates in finding internships, either on or off campus.
Connect with UToledo alumni and industry experts. Join a student chapter of one of UToledo’s media and communication organizations, such as the the Public Relations Student Society of America or the UToledo National Communication Association’s Lambda Pi Eta honors society. The groups regularly hold events and activities on campus.
Double major or minor. UToledo is a large, comprehensive university with lots of options. A communication studies major or minor is often paired with another course of study, such as business or the arts. Our dedicated academic advisers can help you plan.
Add a minor in World Cultures. This minor in the Department of World Languages and Cultures can enhance any program of study. We live in an increasingly diverse country and can benefit personally and professionally from knowing more about other cultures. The program explores intercultural communication, traditions, how people conduct business and more.