The need for compelling messaging has never been greater.
With concentrations in strategic communications, integrated media, and writing, our professors will equip you to step into the career field and be prepared to be effective communicators in diverse settings of learning, work, and service.
Why Communications at Tabor?
- Learning in the classroom and through professional internships and mentoring relationships, Tabor College’s Communications program seeks to prepare students to be effective communicators in diverse settings of learning, work, and service for Christ and his kingdom.
- Broaden your knowledge and management of digital, print, and social media platforms.
- Intern with area businesses and organizations or work alongside your classmates in our student-run publications, The Tabor College View (magazine) and The Bluejay (yearbook).
- Choose a minor from one of four disciplines that can also easily be paired with Communications or other programs on campus.
Madison Byrd-Moyano (g’20)
Copywriter, Koch Industries (Wichita, Kan.)
Throughout my first year at Tabor, I wasn’t sure what academic pathway I wanted to follow. After taking various classes in different academic areas, I realized pursuing a Communications degree aligned with my passions. I am thankful for Tabor’s Liberal Arts approach to learning and the flexibility I was provided when deciding what fits me best. Through guidance from my advisor and firsthand learning experiences, I learned what I Truly enjoyed as a student and professional. With my Tabor education, I was able to gain experience through multiple internships and had the opportunity to go into a job in the field I love. Through close relationships with my professors and advisors, I gained the knowledge and experience needed to narrow down what I wanted for my future.
- PR/Marketing Director
- Corporate or Non-Profit Communications
- Social Media Manager
- Strategic Communications
- Integrated Media
- Integrated Media
- Formulate and support a global perspective in your understanding of communication through opportunities to travel and serve with the Carson Center for Global Engagement.
- Practice communication competence in interpersonal and professional contexts through internships and community outreach.
- Analyze and critique messaging in multiple contexts alongside peers and professors.
- Convey ideas in a compelling manner to audiences through effective speaking, writing, and technology skills.