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College of Fine Arts and Communication Professional Communication

Major

DEVELOP OUTSTANDING COMMUNICATION SKILLS

We believe every UW-Stevens Point student can and should develop outstanding communication skills. That’s why we offer a major and a minor in Professional Communication. Skills in written, oral, interpersonal, and group communication will help you contribute to cooperative and productive work environments in areas such as human resources, marketing, sales, management, and many more.  

UWSP Communication Student

WHY STUDY PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION AT UW-STEVENS POINT?

The market for graduates with professional communication skills will always be strong. Graduates of our program find careers in a wide range of positions. A small sample of job titles include

  • Human Resources Manager
  • Public Relations Specialist
  • Corporate Event Planner
  • Sales Account Manager
  • Sports Information Director
  • Corporate Recruiter
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​Whether you are a recent graduate or a longtime alum, you can make an important difference for today’s students in the College of Fine Arts and Communication. By volunteering to share your story, your network, your career advice, and your successes, you can help guide students through the start of their professional lives as they discover their purpose. You are a vital part of our Pointer family and we look forward to hearing from you!
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WHAT TO EXPECT

Students complete internships to demonstrate their workplace success to prospective employers and earn inside tracks to getting full-time positions after graduation. Our students have completed successful internships with a variety of organizations and businesses throughout the country, including

  • Media Organizations
  • Public Relations firms
  • Governmental offices
  • Entertainment venues
  • Sports teams
  • Nonprofit groups

MEET YOUR FACULTY AND STAFF

UW-Stevens Point faculty members are accessible and happy to help majors get the most out of their educational experience. Our experienced faculty integrates acting, voice and movement into a rigorous professional training program. They have directed and performed nationally and internationally throughout their careers.
Steve Hill

Steve Hill

  • Associate Professor – Professional Communication
College of Fine Arts and Communication, School of Design and Communication
715-346-2669

Tamas Bodor

  • Professor – Professional Communication
College of Fine Arts and Communication, School of Design and Communication
715-346-2669
Rhonda Sprague

Rhonda Sprague

  • Professor – Professional Communication
  • Coordinator for Professional Communication
College of Fine Arts and Communication, School of Design and Communication
715-346-2669