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  • 1. Your Future: A Career in Communications John Wilson Monique Green Nathanial Godfrey Waverly Thompson
  • 2. Definition of Communications VERBAL NONVERBAL SOCIETY CULTURE
  • 3. History Rhetoric: Behaviorism: Speech as a Science Mechanics of Communication Speech as an Art Derived from Ancient Greece Court Situations Democracy
  • 4. Communication Myths CMAT is for people who are not smart CMAT majors are lazy CMAT majors cannot establish a stable, good job/career
  • 5. Identity /Culture Perception Verbal/Non verbal Personal and interpersonal relationships
  • 6. Communication Success in Careers Verbal Non-Verbal Small Groups Ethical Communication Technology
  • 7. Verbal/Non-verbal
  • 8. Small Groups Team work = Career Success Advantages Problem Solving
  • 9. Ethical Communication Upward/Downward Communication Avoiding Upward Distortion Avoiding Power Language
  • 10. Technology Filtered Communication vs. Face to Face Asynchronous
  • 11. With Your Degree in CMAT Job Salary Advertising Marketing Specialist $55,679 Sales Promotion Manager $87,576 Communication Education College Professor $62,531 Language Arts Coordinator $55,117 Electronic Media/Radio-Television/Broadcasting Film Editor $32,722 News Director $63,838 Actor/Actress $51,281 Journalism Reporter $51,247 Editor $84,528 Media Interviewer $87,624 Public Relations Publicity Manager $85,560 Lobbyist $100,709 Fund Raiser $85,841 Theater/Performing Arts/Dramatic Arts Performing Artist $48,302 Casting Director $58,414 Stage Manager $31,295 Choreographer $34,882
  • 12. Here at Salisbury University 1. Human Communications Studies Track 2. Journalism/Public Relations Track 3. Media Production Track 4. Media Studies Track
  • 13. Tips Minors as well as double majoring Passion Success Long term
  • 14. Summary
  • 15. Sources http://degreedirectory.org/search/find.html?c1= 41&c2=3216&c3=43&q=0&schoolType=noPrefer ence&zip=zip&state=&sf=1 http://www.salisbury.edu/careerservices/student http://commstudies.ucla.edu/majors/ChoosingM ajor/CommunicationArt.html http://www.salisbury.edu/commarts/jobs.html http://salary.com/category/salary/