The communication and culture career community brings together resources and events to support students interested in culture, communication, and the social sciences. Here you will find information about career fields with an emphasis on culture, world languages, communication studies, and the humanities.
Communication and Culture Community
Majors, Minors, and Certificates
- American Studies
- Communication and Public Advocacy
- Comparative Literature
- Creative Writing
- Gender Studies
- Global Media
- Media Law and Ethics
- Media Persuasion
- Media and Creative Advertising
- Media and Diversity
- Media, Sex, and Gender
- The American Experience
- Global French
- Ethnography of Communication
- New Media and Interactive Storytelling
- TESOL and Second Language Acquisition
Whether you are starting from the ground up or would just like to learn how to perfect your existing resume, the Career Development is hosting a workshop that will meet your needs. Join us in the new Career Development Center office space in Wells Library to perfect your document!
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On Friday, January 24th, CBS and We Need to Talk will be on campus for a full day of open dialogue around sports, entertainment, business, and personal development. Students will hear from industry experts, watch a live taping of We Need To Talk produced in partnership with Indiana University, and conclude the day with a live performance by Country Music Television's Next Women of Country. Register for part or all of this unique event today at https://wntt.cbsexperiences.com/
Meet our career peer
My name is Katie Newland, and I am a Junior doing a double major in Criminal Justice and Psychology. I am also on the pre-law track and hoping to attend law school and study family law and criminal law. I love socializing, being active, and staying busy!