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Join An Ever-Changing Field

We're shaping today’s minds to master tomorrow’s communication challenges.

In a world of constant communication through social media and the web, if you can effectively communicate, you can do almost anything. At UW-Green Bay, we examine real-world problems to determine how effective communication can change the way organizations work. Our graduates have become public relations practitioners, social media managers, news/sports anchors and reporters, as well as entrepreneurs, health communication managers, Fortune 500 consultants and so much more. We’re educating you for a career, not a job.

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Build communication skills and learn how to harness the power of not only being heard but also of listening.


Plan for Success

Good communication is essential for every business, so as a communication major, you’re in high demand.

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Build your network

Networking is crucial for finding a job and jumpstarting your career. To find out how to expand your network, contact us.

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Hone Your Skills

Our program prioritizes in-demand skills to help you succeed in the workforce.

Communication represents a broad range of career paths: social media, sports, public relations, marketing—the list goes on. But no matter what path you take, you’ll build the skills and learn about topics like public speaking, interpersonal relationships, PR campaigns, video journalism, censorship law and information technology operation, among others. We challenge you to improve, collaborate and think strategically every day.

About Communication

Online & On Your Side

If you want to pursue a bachelor's degree but also need the flexibility to work full time, our Communication program is offered fully online.

Earn Your Degree Online  

Connect. Engage. Inform.

Communication is all about connecting with other people—learn how you can engage with peers, mentors and our community with these opportunities.

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Take Part

During our Communication Week, UW-Green Bay's brightest communication professionals come together to celebrate the past, present and future of our department.

Connect with Peers

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Tune In

Develop skills in broadcast media and expand your resume—but more importantly, share your music tastes and important news with our campus community.

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Read On

The Fourth Estate, our student-run digital news publication, is your opportunity to share your perspective on topics that matter the most to you.

The Fourth Estate

Justin Stephany

Ease your
Financial Burden

"I chose UW-Green Bay because of the amazing Communication program. After my classes are done for the day, I'm a student employee at the University Union and I'm involved in a student organization called Public Relations Student Society of America. When I found out I got a scholarship, I was so grateful for the financial help to pursue my college dreams and my future career goals. I'll be graduating in May and I plan to be a public relations manager."

Charlotte Berg
Communication Major
Scholarship Recipient

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Follow UW-Green Bay Communication on social media to stay informed about our news, connect with other students and faculty, and stay on top of important deadlines and opportunities.

The Comm Voice

The Comm Voice is the UW-Green Bay Communication student blog. Stay updated on local news, events, and student perspectives.

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