By the time you finish your communication degree, you will have developed the skills and learned the theories necessary to succeed in your chosen career. While many SAU graduates start their careers in small markets and work their way up, a few have shot for the top right out of college.
You will have had hands-on experience creating real communication products for real audiences and clients. And you will have had fun doing it.
Our student newspaper, the Buzz; our cable television studios, SAUtv; and our radio stations, KALA and The Stinger, are professional operations, but they also serve as social hubs for students interested in journalism, radio/TV, and strategic communication. (Our studios have been the scene of more than one cupcake war, and Superman recently flew from media law class to the KALA radio studios.)
Multimedia Journalism majors go on to careers as writers, reporters and editors with newspapers, magazines, corporate communication departments and creative agencies. Others work in such closely-related fields as advertising and public relations. Graduates have also continued their education by attending graduate programs throughout the country.
Strategic Communication graduates have had the opportunity to work at for profit and not-for-profit organizations as communication specialists. Graduates have also continued their education by attending graduate programs throughout the country.
Radio and Television graduates have found careers as on-air radio hosts, anchors, reporters, producers and production directors. Graduates also have continued their education by attending graduate programs throughout the country. Here's a (short) list of SAUtv alums