The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire's integrated strategic communication minor and certificate is designed to help you become an effective communicator on multiple platforms.
Through unique assignments and projects, you'll build skills in oral, written, visual and social media communication — skills that are necessary for any profession and are highly sought after by employers. Coursework includes a variety of disciplines, covering topics in law, ethics, research and writing.
Given today's fast-paced and rapidly changing world, it's never been more important to communicate effectively and ethically. No matter your future career aspirations, you'll graduate with the experience and tools needed to make a positive impact in your chosen organization.
Skill-building facilities. The communication and journalism department is home to the Communication and Journalism Center, a state-of-the-art facility that includes TV and radio news studios and projection facilities, a visual communication studio and lab, and the offices of The Spectator and Blugold Radio (WUEC FM 89.7) — student media outlets. Here, you can take what you've learned in the classroom and put it into practice, all while gaining professional experience.
Supportive learning. Classes are taught by passionate, enthusiastic professors who know and love their craft. Through creative projects and guest presentations, they go out of their way to immerse you in the diverse world of strategic communication. Small class sizes help you form meaningful relationships, participate in group discussions and explore career paths.
What classes do integrated strategic communication minors take?
Your classes may cover topics like:
- Media law and ethics
- Multimedia communication
- Research methods
- Strategic media planning
Learn more about the integrated strategic communication minor in the UWEC catalog.
Learn more about the integrated strategic communication certificate in the UWEC catalog.
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