Organizational Communication

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Organizational Communication

Studying organizational communication is valuable for many reasons. Among them? You’ll gain the skills and knowledge to lead organizations — corporations, nonprofits, family businesses and more. You’ll also graduate with real-world experiences in team building, public speaking, conflict negotiation, interpersonal communication, organizational leadership, sales and so much more. Employers look for these skills and hire candidates who possess them. So, get ahead on your future today by studying organizational communication at Murray State.

Arthur J. Bauernfeind College of Business

Department of organizational communication and leadership

Average class size

20 students


Main campus | Madisonville campus | Paducah campus

Jobs with an organizational communication degree

Clubs and Internships

There are plenty of ways to get involved in the department of organizational communication. Join the Lambda Pi Eta honors society or the National Communication Association. Share your voice in the Speech and Debate Union. Help other students with developing and presenting presentations in the Racer Oral Communication Center. Pick and choose or join them all.

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