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Communication Studies majors have a higher-than-average job placement rate, and alumni are putting their skills to work in a variety of careers including business, law, politics, teaching, ministry, health communications, entertainment and more.

Internships are essential for gaining work experience, networking, and discerning vocation. Communication Studies majors are encouraged to participate the department’s robust internship program.

Recent interns have worked in diverse fields such as health communications, non-profits, government, fashion, music business, education, ministry and more. A few examples of recent intern sites include: American Heart Association, Country Music Television (CMT), Frist Art Museum, McNeely Pigott & Fox Public Relations, Nashville Predators, Nissan North America, and Warner Music Nashville.