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College of Communication & Information – Salary Data

These salary figures represent job offers accepted following graduation. They do not represent salaries for all students who accepted jobs because some students choose not to disclose salary figures. The number reported does not include students going on to graduate school, students still seeking employment or part-time employment.Ā  All salary data is self-reported by student and/or employer.

 Major # of Salaries (Full-Time Employed) Salary High Salary Low Salary Mean 2015-2016 Salary Mean 2014-2015 Salary Mean 2013-2014
Public Relations11 (50.0%)4300020000309272514437376
Journalism & Electronic Media9 (29.0%)3500022880293203060045167
Communication Studies20 (41.7%)5800025000370163606435750
Advertising3 (27.3%)4992032000406403120955000
 Major # of Salaries (Full-Time Employed) Salary High Salary Low Salary Mean 2015-2016 Salary Mean 2014-2015 Salary Mean 2013-2014