Overview

Through the minor in communication management, students engage in an interdisciplinary program in advertising and public relations as part of the management of communication processes in mass media, human communication, marketing, and business principles.

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What You'll Study

An integrated curriculum for integrated communications


Faculty

World-class communicators

Our interdisciplinary, accessible faculty lead students through the complex world of communication. Bring in alumni and practicing professionals to teach classes.

Camille Reyes
Camille Reyes, Ph.D.
Program Director
Assistant Professor, Communication
J. Charlene Davis
J. Charlene Davis, Ph.D.
Professor, Business Administration
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Jennifer Jacobs Henderson, Ph.D.
Professor, Communication
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Yi Liu, Ph.D., SPHR
Assistant Professor, Business Administration
John McGrath
John McGrath, Ph.D.
Professor, Human Communication and Theatre

Student Opportunities

Expansive networks, enhanced skills


Service Learning

Trinity students have opportunities to complete projects with real-world applications for client organizations. Partners have included:

  • Ancira Auto Group
  • McNay Art Museum
  • Tribeca
  • The DoSeum

When You Graduate

Get your message across

Whether pursuing a career or graduate school, communication management minors keep their teams or their theses on track for success.

Careers

Enter a wide-open communications career field, armed with the strategic marketing, communication, and public relations skills necessary to thrive across the public, private, and nonprofit sectors.

Career Areas:

  • Corporations
  • Nonprofits
  • Government

 

 

 


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