The Multimedia Arts and Communication Studies program is one of HNU’s newest and most dynamic majors. Student performance on the job is judged based upon (a) the on-the-job supervisor’s assessment and (b) evidence of completing practicum objectives (hours and tasks) in the daily journal and portfolio. This one-year certificate program prepares you for success in a variety of programs as you explore your interests, aptitudes and skills, assess career choices, and prepare for further postsecondary studies.
In large companies, this organization is responsible for managing the following activities: posting and advertising, recruiting, staffing, interviewing, hiring, layoffs and firings, career growth, training, and performance measurements. Honours can also be the first step on a path to a career as an academic or professional researcher.
You will graduate with the skills required for entry into areas such as print, broadcast and online journalism, international communications, media regulation and public policy, media and public relations. Musical Chairs is a database for performance, teaching, and administrative jobs in classical music.
The Arts and Communication Department sponsors academic courses and programs that help prepare students for transfer to four-year colleges and for careers in art, communication, music and theatre. Minnesota Council of Nonprofits Explore nonprofit job opportunities in Minnesota.
If you are unsure if a music or visual communications degree is right for you, you may pursue a degree in the College’s liberal arts (humanities) program. A standard pathway through the Bachelor of Arts (Media and Communications) degree is four units of study per semester for eight semesters.