"What Can I Do With a Major in...Speech Communication & Theatre?"
Why Major in Sociology?
The graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Education degree in Speech Communication & Theatre will use the knowledge and skills obtained in the program to:
- Demonstrate knowledge and application of the fundamentals of communication.
- Demonstrate knowledge and application of public speaking concepts and principles.
- Demonstrate knowledge and application of the theory and practice of argumentation and debate.
- Demonstrate an understanding of communication ethics.
- Demonstrate knowledge and application of the theory and practice of interpersonal and group communication.
- Demonstrate knowledge and application of school forensics through experiential co-curricular activities.
- Demonstrate knowledge and application of mass communication concepts, principles and basic techniques.
Related Career Titles
9-12 Speech and Theatre Teacher
Related Job Listings/Job Search Website
ABC Teaching Jobs
Jobs for Teachers
MOREAP: Regional Education Applicant & Placement Program
Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
Teachers Employment Network
Teaching Jobs K12 Job Spot
Teaching Jobs Overseas
Kappa Delta Pi
Kappa Delta Pi (UCM)
Leading Educator Advocates for Diversity (UCM)
Missouri National Education Association
Missouri State Teachers Association
Student Missouri State Teachers Association
Theatrical Design, Technology, & Management (UCM)
Four-Year Academic Plan
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