Arts, Media & Communications

Arts, Media & Communications

This career path is focused on designing, producing, exhibiting, performing, writing, and publishing multimedia content including visual and performing arts and design, journalism, marketing communication and entertainment services.

While many majors and minors can prepare you for this career path, we find that students studying certain subjects have a natural connection. Common majors and minors related to career in this area include:

  • English, Fine Arts, Graphic Design, Marketing, History, Psychology, Sociology, Digital Media, Philosophy

Use the Job Trends tool below to explore the tasks and skills connected to specific types of jobs related to this career path.

Career definition is adapted from the National Career Clusters® Framework.

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