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Gain career skills that make you more valuable and marketable with an online communications degree from Walden. In our increasingly digital, social, and mobile world, being an effective communicator can give you a professional edge and prepare you to excel in a variety of fields—including public relations, advertising, new media, and corporate communications.
M.S. in Communication
M.S. in Marketing
B.S. in Business Administration
B.S. in Business Communication
B.S. in Communication
B.S. in Computer Information Systems
Graduate Certificate in Communication
Graduate Certificate in Digital Marketing
*National Association of Colleges and Employers, “Job Outlook: The Candidate Skills/Qualities Employers Want,” on the Internet at www.naceweb.org/s10262011/candidate_skills_employer_qualities (viewed online February 27, 2014).
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