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Department: Communication Arts

Communication Arts

Our Students

Careers in Communication

Recent graduates are employed in public relations, advertising, broadcasting, and print media. Communication arts graduates of Notre Dame of Maryland University work as human resources managers, public relations practitioners, advertising account managers, copywriters, television producers, independent video producers, webmasters, speech writers, newspaper editors and reporters, marketing managers and attorneys. Some of the local organizations that have employed Notre Dame communication arts graduates include:

  • Baltimore Gas and Electric Company
  • The Gilman School
  • University of Maryland
  • WJZ-TV
  • Carton Donofrio Partners
  • Comcast Cable
  • Aegis Newspaper
  • T. Rowe Price
  • Hopkins Bayview Hospital
  • Baltimore Business Journal
  • Weinberg, Harris & Associates
  • Mercantile Bank & Trust Co.
  • Discovery Communications
  • C-SPAN
  • The Catholic Review
  • Catholic Relief Services
  • The Fire Museum of Maryland
  • The Maryland Department of Tourism and Economic Development
  • Social Security Administration
  • Clifton Gunderson
  • WMAR-TV
  • Baltimore Orioles
  • Pandora
  • Baltimore Sun

Comments from Graduates

“It was the dedication of each professor in the communication arts department at Notre Dame that helped me land my first job as a news producer. Throughout my four years as a Communication Arts major, the professors helped me with my communication skills, of course, but also helped me strengthen my passion for the media and pushed me to work as hard as possible to get me where I wanted to go.”

Sabrina Agostini, ‘05
Producer/Writer
WMAR Channel 2

“As personnel director of a $200 million credit union, my interpersonal communication skills have come to the forefront.  Employees look to me in the role of interviewer, recruiter, benefits consultant, payroll administrator and training manager. My public speaking skills are used to lead staff training sessions and for presentations to the Board of Directors. The writing courses that filled the curriculum at Notre Dame have enabled me to express my thoughts and ideas in business proposals, handbooks and training manuals.”

Judy Weisenburg Pika ‘86
Director of Human Resources
First Financial Credit Union

“The core classes gave me an appreciation of the complexities of the media and the demands of public relations as well as sharpened my understanding of news reporting and editing. Most important, I gained the confidence to pursue a career as an editor and reporter, knowing I had a solid media background.”

Suzanne Bledsoe Loudermilk W ‘88
Reporter, Editor
The Baltimore Sun