Why CSUF Comm?

60 years as a top communications program,

the largest mass communications program west of the Mississippi,

the 2nd largest media market in the US, over 25,000 graduates,

and 4 relevant, hands-on Communication Concentrations.

That's why.

 

Advertising concentration students learn to plan and develop consumer-focused media campaigns. Students are taught to blend creative strategy and execution with consumer and market research to aid the promotion and sale of products and services.

Enrich your Titan Advertising experiences
with these High-Impact Programs where you can work at a student agency, PRactical ADvantage Communications; create campaigns for the National Student Advertising Competition; and join the campus chapter of Ad Club.

Recents Grads are Working as...

Account Executive

Account Supervisor

Art Director

Brand Manager

Content Creator

Copywriter

Creative Coordinator

Creative Director

Digital Media Specialist

Digital Strategist

eCommerce Manager

Graphic Designer

Interactive Producer

Media Planner

Production Coordinator

Social Media Analyst

At These Companies...

20th Century Fox

72andSunny

alPunto Advertising

Amusement Park (DGWB)

Best Choice Products

Bristol Farms

Casanova//McCann

CBS Radio

Deluxe Entertainment

Gap/Banana Republic

Garage Team Mazda

Khan Media

Microsoft

Panda Restaurant Group

PepsiCo

Ricoh Americas

Saatchi & Saatchi

Sega of America

So. California PGA

SoCal Edison

TBWA\Chiat\Day

Team One

Telemundo

Vizio

Waldorf Astoria Dubai

Wet Seal

To learn more about the Department of Communications, speak to a faculty member or drop by the College of Communications Advising and Student Success Center (CP 210).

 

Entertainment and Tourism Communications concentration students learn to strategically and creatively converse with people about media and leisure industries. Students are taught to integrate communications for work in entertainment and tourism industries, including film, TV, music, sports, gaming and tourism-destination venues.

Enrich your Titan Entertainment and Toursim experiences
with these High-Impact Programs where you can work at a student agency, PRactical ADvantage Communications; plan events for COMM Week, the Newport Beach Film Festival or the Arbo- retum; and join the Entertainment and Tourism Club (ETC).

Recents Grads are Working as...

Account Executive

Campaign Manager

Entertainment Coordinator

Event Manager

Executive Producer

Marketing Manager

On-Air Personality

Operations Manager

Production Coordinator

Publicist

Sales Manager

Senior Content Producer

Social Media Coordinator

Special Event Lead

At These Companies...

American Heart Association

Amtrak Vacations

BuzzFeed

Capitol Records

CBS Television Studios

Clear Channel Communications

Disneyland Resort

Fox Digital

Gordo Entertainment

Houzz

Los Angeles Clippers

MotorTrend Group

NBCUniversal

Radio Disney

Revolve

Sirius XM Radio

Sony Pictures

Specific Media

Universal Music

Univision

Victoria’s Secret

Walt Disney Company

Yelp

Yogurtland

To learn more about the Department of Communications, speak to a faculty member or drop by the College of Communications Advising and Student Success Center (CP 210).

 

Journalism concentration students learn to evaluate, interpret and disseminate fact- based information. Students are taught relevant hands-on skills and compelling story- telling techniques that engage with audiences in multimedia platforms via print, audio, video and the web.

Enrich your Titan Journalism experiences
with these High- Impact Programs where you can create award winning student media, including a student-run newspaper and website, the Daily Titan; a magazine and website, Tusk Magazine; broadcast news shows OC News and Spanish- language Al Día; and participate in clubs including the Society of Professional Journalists and Latino Journalists of CSUF.

Recents Grads are Working as...

Anchor/Host

Assignment Editor

Copywriter

Digital Marketing Manager

Editor

Executive Producer

Graphics Operator

Journalist

Managing Editor

Multimedia Journalist

Online News Producer

Page Designer

Producer

Production Assistant

Sports Reporter

Story Producer

At These Companies...

20th Century Fox

Beacon Media News

CBS News 8 (San Diego)

E! Online/NBC Universal

ESPN

Fox Broadcasting

KABC-TV

KCBS-TV

KESQ

KTLA

KTXL (Sacramento)

Los Angeles Dodgers

Los Angeles Sparks

Los Angeles Times

NBCLA

News Press & Gazette

Nextar Media Group

One America News

Orange County Register

San Francisco Chronicle

Southern California
News Group

Telemundo

Univision

Walt Disney Company

Warner Brothers

To learn more about the Department of Communications, speak to a faculty member or drop by the College of Communications Advising and Student Success Center (CP 210).

 

Public Relations concentration students learn to plan, develop, implement and evaluate strategic communications between organizations and people. Students are taught to execute campaigns through ethical practices that engage diverse stakeholders.

Enrich your Titan Public Relations experiences
with these High-Impact Programs where you can work at a student agency, PRactical ADvantage Communications; plan events for COMM Week, the Newport Beach Film Festival or the Arboretum; and join the campus chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America.

Recents Grads are Working as...

Account Executive

Brand Manager

Communications Coordinator

Community Relations

Content Designer

Director of Public Relations

Event Manager

Event Planner

Influencer Coordinator

Media Relations

Publicity Coordinator

Publicist

Sales Manager

Social Media Specialist

At These Companies...

Billabong

C2O Pure Coconut Water

CBS Interactive

City of Garden Grove

Eli Lilly and Company

Experian

Hill+Knowlton Strategies

House of Blues

Hyundai Motor America

iHeart Media

Insomniac Events

Knott’s Berry Farm

LinkedIn

Los Angeles Chargers

Marriott Hotels

Ogilvy Public Relations

Pacific Sunwear

StubHub Center

Taco Bell

Target

Universal Pictures

Walt Disney Company

Warner Brothers Studio

Wells Fargo

To learn more about the Department of Communications, speak to a faculty member or drop by the College of Communications Advising and Student Success Center (CP 210).

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