CAS graduates are change makers: analysts, strategists, persuaders, facilitators, collaborators, connectors, and scholars. CAS courses provide students with the theories, methods, practical tools, and experiences to become leaders in their organizations and communities.
A degree in CAS equips students for success in the work force and graduate school.
An undergraduate degree in CAS prepares students for careers in academics, law, public affairs, sales, social science research, advocacy, market analysis, and human resources.
CAS graduates are also prepared for graduate study in communication science or rhetoric, as well as fields such as law, public policy, behavioral science, health and human services, human development, business, social work, and related fields.
CAS majors and minors are able to fulfill their personal goals, succeed in their careers, and make a positive difference in our world.
Our recent graduates hold the following job titles:
- Political field organizer
- Small business sales representative
- Account executive for business to business organization
- Compliance and ethics manager
- Real estate office manager
- Content creator for travel organization
- Human relations training specialist
- Sales representative
- Health care manager
- Self-employed writer
- Director of digital strategy
- Purchasing manager
- Communication graduate student
- Higher education administrator
- Executive assistant
- Business development manager
- Human resources recruiter
- Marketing manager
- Client relations manager
- Social media analyst
- Public relations manager