Associate in Science (A.S.)

Communications Careers

Employment opportunities are expected to continue to grow, and salaries tend to be higher than the median annual for all occupations. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, some careers you may explore include:

  • On-Air Talent - present information, provide commentary, and conduct interviews
  • Video Productions - set-up, run, and maintain the equipment that television stations, events, and movie productions use
  • Content Creator/Content Editor - generate, prepare, review, revise, and finalize content for production
  • Film and Video Editor - prepare and ready video footage for airing
  • Public Relations Specialist - manage and maintain a positive public image by preparing media releases, developing a social media presence, and increasing public awareness
  • Journalist - report the news to the public through television or radio programming, via newspapers, through magazines or websites, or in other digital formats
  • Social Media Talent - provide on-air talent and behind-the-scenes talent for social media channels
  • Videographer, Studio Crew, or Production Assistant - support video productions for television, movies, and more


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