Bachelor of Arts in English and Communication Arts
Graduates with a degree in English and the communication arts are among the most versatile in the job market today. Proficiency in writing and the knowledge of literature and the other humanities combined with experience in a variety of communication media can prepare you for a broad spectrum of career opportunities. Lawrence Technological University's English and communication arts degree can also give you a strong foundation for advanced graduate study in law and the humanities.
As an English and communication arts major, you may carve out a career as a writer, editor, broadcaster, or an advertising, publishing, or public relations professional- career paths traditionally associated with this course of study. Or, you may become a teacher or professor, lawyer, film or television director, or a producer, politician, actor, or nonprofit fund raiser - the list of options is virtually limitless.
Graduates with a degree in English and communication arts have many career options:
- Market Research
- Public Relations
- Writing/editing (film, marketing, technical, television, radio, Web)
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Lawrence Technological University produces leaders with an entrepreneurial spirit and a global view. That's why most Lawrence Tech students are employed within a month of graduating. Your benefits:
- Leadership Program that helps you develop the marketable skills that employers seek
- Leadership Portfolio that enhances your diploma - and your resume
- 12:1 student-faculty ratio
- Faculty with current industry experience
- Fully loaded high-powered laptop or tablet computer provided
- Schedules that work for you, with convenient day, evening, weekend, or online classes
- Hi-tech, wireless 102-acre campus that's commuter friendly, with recreation, housing, and meal service options
- Financial-aid, co-op, and internship opportunities
- Proactive career placement services
"What we really want is people with creativity and passion ... people with excellent communication skills."
- Josh Linkner, chief executive officer, EPrize
For more information about BAECA contact Dr. Melinda Phillips, HSSC Chair and Associate Professor in Humanities, 248.204.3520, or email@example.com.