- Why this career?
- Business Information Systems
- Communication Arts
- Computer Sciences
- Electrical and Computer Engineering
- Life Sciences Communication
- Retailing and Consumer Behavior
There are numerous career paths to take in the information technology and communication fields.
Here are some resources to help you start thinking about your career and why you want to pursue it.
Studying business information systems combines information technology with a background in business. By using technology and data people in this career use computer technologies to analyze business problems and processes to design systems that can support operations, decision-making, and planning.
Communication Arts focuses on the production and consumption of communications by taking a deeper look at the theory, history, research, criticism, and context of communications. A communications arts degree can lead to a career media, law, marketing, sales, corporate communications, counseling, public relations, advertising, and education.
Computer scientists design and implement computer software programs that we use every day as well as working with robots, designing hardware, and applying machine learning to data.
Electircal and computer engineers design, develop and manage computers and digital systems that store, process, and convey information.
Life sciences communication study of areas of communication such as strategic communication, video, marketing, graphic design, and risk communication with a focus on the agricultural and biological sciences. Students often combine this major with another field like genetics, dairy science, physics, environmental science, political science, psychology, global health, digital studies, or legal studies.
A career in retailing and consumer behavior combines business, analytics, technology, creativity, and empathy to improve the consumer experience.