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No surprise, COMM ranks high as one of the top-ten majors to pursue during one’s undergraduate career (list compiled by Rob Franek, The Princeton Review’s chief expert on education).

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Of COMM Franek, a 22-year veteran of the world of education, says:

Communication majors tend to be great storytellers with quick wits and fiery personalities. [As a COMM major] You’ll spend a significant amount of time scrutinizing different kinds of presentations—such as speeches and scripts—and the strategies behind the messages that speakers and writers use to make their points. You’ll learn about verbal and nonverbal messages, audience reaction, and the varied effects of different communication environments. It will prepare you for a wealth of career options in business, advertising, human resources, public relations, government, education, media, and social services. {excerpt}


To read the full list, check out Top Ten College Majors from Rob Franek, The Princeton Review’s Senior Vice President and chief expert on education.

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