Language and communication degrees at Grand Canyon University encompass fundamental workplace principles and practices so to fully prepare students for their professional career. Our bachelor’s and master’s programs cover a range of topics from conflict and negotiation, communication for behavior change, strategic communication and technical writing.
Encompassing a variety of occupations like public relation specialists to technical writers, the median annual wage for those in a related language and communication field is $57,530 as of May 2018.* Communications majors are rated as No. 2 on a list of the Top 10 college majors by The Princeton Review.**
*Retrieved from: https://www.bls.gov/ooh/media-and-communication/home.htm
**Retrieved from: https://www.princetonreview.com/college-advice/top-ten-college-majors
Bachelor’s degrees in language and communications at GCU provide foundational skills for a variety of professions, including public relations, journalism, copy editing and media. Examine the principles of best communication practices in our Bachelor of Arts in Communications, or the core study and application of literature and writing in our Bachelor of Arts in English with an Emphasis in Professional Writing.
Benefit from advanced training in your career field with a master’s degree from GCU. Learn how to implement key workplace strategies for a comprehensive framework of communication and business knowledge. Choose from a variety of master’s degrees like our Master of Arts in Communication or our Master of Science in Leadership. Gain skills needed to advance in careers in grant writing, professional writing, PR, marketing and teaching.
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