Corporate communication professionals see communication as a function of management: they use their oral and written communication skills to help achieve business goals. They know how and when information is best shared, and they know how to employ a variety of media to communicate strategically. Taking into consideration factors such as corporate identity, corporate reputation, or message consistency, they coordinate an organization's internal and external communication.
Corporate communication majors at Penn State Worthington Scranton receive a cross-disciplinary education, drawing on the strengths of the Departments of Business, English, Human Development and Family Studies, and Information Science and Technology. Students acquire a foundation in business administration. Additionally, they complete coursework in a variety of other fields, including communication arts and sciences, English, information science and technology, and psychology. An internship prepares graduates to succeed on the job market.
Students might also consider minoring in business, English, or psychology to showcase the breadth of their skills.
Graduates who earn a Bachelor of Arts in Corporate Communication may work for businesses, consulting firms, educational institutions, non-profit organizations, or the government. They may fill a variety of positions, including in the fields of advertising, human resources, management, marketing, media relations, public relations, and sales.
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Corporate Communication Program Coordinator
Eva Tettenborn, Associate Professor, English
Office: GCC 104