• Program Benefits and Career Opportunities

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    Employment of communication specialists is expected to grow faster than the average rate of job growth between now and 2018.* Monmouth's Corporate and Public Communication program provides students with a detailed, multifaceted understanding of how information, media, and organizations intersect within the global society. Students enrolled in the CPC program learn how to apply theoretical concepts to career applicable skills such as identifying and managing communication with key internal and external stakeholders.

    Students enrolled in the CPC program can:

    • Learn from faculty members that are recognized communication scholars and practitioners
    • Gain valuable, hands-on experience through experiential education
    • Develop individual plans of study in a flexible program that meets the needs of part-time and/or full-time students

    Develop career applicable skills in:

    • Creating, executing and managing organizational communication plans
    • Training and development
    • Intercultural and diversity management
    • Crisis and issues management
    • Conflict management and negotiations


    With the emergence of new media technologies, corporations, nonprofit organizations, and government agencies depend increasingly on communication professionals. Specialists with skills in new media technology will be well-poised to take advantage of these burgeoning opportunities:

    • Speech Writing
    • Community Relations
    • Government Affairs
    • Marketing Research
    • Human Relations Management
    • Grant Writing
    • Public Relations
    • Media Production
    • Journalism
    • Technical Communications
    • Lobbying and Advocacy
    • International Relations

    * Bureau of Labor Statistics and U.S. Department of Labor