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Communication Management, Bachelor of Arts

Some amazing classes
you can take at Saint Leo

  • Introduction to Communication
  • Public Relations
  • Communication Pre-Internship
  • Organizational Communication
  • Intercultural Communication

Why Choose a Communication Management Degree?

It's an exciting time to be a communicator—new media, new tools, new audiences. Blogging, SEO, social media, PR 2.0, broadcast, print and web writing, and public speaking are just the beginning. Every business depends on people who can effectively communicate—from negotiating the next business deal to upholding a company’s public image. It's your time to connect the world to the news and information it needs.

Communication Management is part of Saint Leo's Donald R. Tapia College of Business—so you're not just learning to write and speak effectively; you're connecting those skills to real, business-ready strategies and success.

Develop a collection of professional documents for your portfolio through class projects and internships. Participate in Saint Leo's annual Business Plan Competition. Take advantage of the trend-setting technologies at the College of Business building. Get advice from the pros—your professors bring years of industry experience to the classroom, and frequent guest speakers bring lessons straight from the boardroom and newsroom.

You can also hone your craft by contributing to Saint Leo's literary magazine, Sandhill Review, writing for the Lions' Pride student newspaper, and producing shows from the WSLU Radio station.

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What can you do with a Communication Management degree?

Graduates pursue careers in advertising, media management, public relations and mass communication. Many also enter graduate programs in communication, business and law.
  • Journalist
  • Public Relations Manager
  • Director of Corporate Communication
  • Copywriter
  • Media Planner
  • Marketing Specialist
  • Community Relations Director
  • Public Opinion Researcher
  • Negotiator
  • Foreign Correspondent

Professional development opportunities.

Internships

Explore career options with two required internships. Our students have interned at Walt Disney World, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Tampa Bay, Morning Star Fishermen, Dade City Chamber of Commerce, Wesley Chapel Chamber of Commerce, Pasco Shopper Newspaper, Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa and various local radio stations.

Study abroad

Travel to France and Germany on a faculty-led trip to visit international companies and UNESCO’s headquarters.

Conferences

Present communications projects at local conferences, including Saint Leo’s annual International Business Conference.

Technology

Go on-air at the College of Business’ new broadcasting studio, and use tools such as interactive SMART Boards and Bridgit conferencing software.

Co-curricular activities

Join the Communication Club. Outstanding students may be invited to join the Omega Chi chapter of Lambda Pi Eta, the National Communication Honor Society.

Where are Saint Leo Communication Management grads now?

  • Community Bank
  • Pasco Shopper Newspaper
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