New ways of communicating —social media, podcasting, viral videos and digital design — have shaped the messages we’ve consumed over the past 10 years.
When the last decade began, these Kent State alumni were students like you. Now, they’re thriving in innovative jobs across media, design, communication and technology.
Kent State’s College of Communication and Information (CCI) can help you on each step of your own journey. As you develop skills in the classroom, we’ll connect you to the change you want to make in the world. You might use storytelling or design skills to promote solutions for a clean environment. Or maybe you’ll use documentary video and podcasts to entertain in sports, inform in news or advocate for a cause.
* Common career paths for College of Communication and Information undergraduates with a projection of 10% growth or more over the next 10 years include: Market research analyst and marketing specialist (23%), interpreters and translators (18%), film and video editors (17%), web developers (15%), producers and directors (12%), software developers (11%), technical writers (11%), public relations and fundraising managers (10%)