Marketing & Communications

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How to Create an Online Portfolio (Even When You Don’t Have Work Experience)

You don’t need professional work experience to have a great online portfolio. If you’ve written articles for the school newspaper, conducted research for a class, developed a video game in an extracurricular, or did some graphic design on your own …

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Is Marketing a Good Career Path?

If you’re considering pursuing a marketing career, you may be wondering if marketing is a good career path. What types of jobs are in the field, and what kind of professional progress is possible? The marketing field covers an array …

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Career Perspectives for College Graduates: Explore the Writing Field!

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It was hard to be a college student, but it’s even more challenging to be a recent graduate, isn’t it? We all had great goals for the …

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Vault Industry Guides

Vault Guide to Public Relations Jobs, Third Edition

The Vault Guides to Jobs series provides essential information about key careers and industries, with an emphasis on preparing for …

Vault Guide to Advertising Jobs, Third Edition

The Vault Guides to Jobs series provides essential information about key careers and industries, with an emphasis on preparing for …

Vault Guide to Market Research Jobs, Second Edition

The Vault Guides to Jobs series provides essential information about key careers and industries, with an emphasis on preparing for …

Vault Guide to Marketing Jobs, Second Edition

The Vault Guides to Jobs series provides essential information about key careers and industries, with an emphasis on preparing for …

Vault Career Guide to Advertising, Third Edition

Total advertising spending in the United States reached upward of $171 billion in 2013, according to eMarketer, continuing a spending …

Vault Career Guide to Public Relations, Second Edition

Often associated with buzz words, such as ‘image’ and ‘spin,’ the nearly $16 billion dollar public relations industry specializes in …

Featured Courses

HIST 143F – Jesus Chicken: Business and Religion in America (FYS)

Summary: Although many Americans are aware of the religious identity of the fast-food chain Chick-fil-A (earning it the moniker of…

110 Intro to Economic Theory

An introduction to the principles of micro- and macroeconomic theory, this course is intended for prospective majors and students wishing…

Econ 103 Introduction to Probability & Statistics for Economic Analysis

This course studies the mathematical concepts of probability and statistics as needed for ECON 300 and upper-level economics electives. Topics…

Econ 102 Mathematical Tools for Econ Analysis

This course will cover the basic mathematical tools students will need to understand and apply in ECON 110, the gateway…

Econ 101 Introduction to Economics

A general introduction to the principles of economic analysis and their implications for public policy, covering concepts and issues in…

GOVT 380 – Public Opinion and Polling Lab

Survey research is a crucially important tool for understanding how everyday people think about any given topic. This is especially…

GOV 214 – Media and Politics

Mass media play a crucial role in American politics, as citizens do not get most of their information about the…

QAC 386 – Quantitative Textual Analysis: Introduction to Text Mining

We encounter computerized processing of text in almost every field of life. Google tries to infer the meaning of our…

QAC 203 – Hollywood and Big Data

Taught by a media research executive with a long industry experience this course is designed to provide students with an…

THEA 350 – Calderwood Seminar in Public Writing: Arts Journalism

Arts Journalism will give students the opportunity to write about the arts in a variety of short forms that put…

ARST 286 – Intro to Time-Based Media

This course will serve as a comprehensive introduction to time-based media in the expanded field. We will explore the ways…

CHUM 323 – Documentary Fictions

How stable is the binary distinction between the documentary and the fictional? Is fiction’s claim to representing reality any less…

GRST 289 – The Enlightenment You Don’t Know (And What It Can Tell You About the Digital World)

Who am I? How and what can I know? Is what I perceive of and present to the world the…

WRCT 201 – Writing Theory and Practice

Writing is central to education in the U.S., but how does someone learn to write? In this course, students will…

CSPL 493: Internship

This course may be repeated for credit. Wesleyan has established a credit/uncredit internship course, CSPL 493, for students to receive…

CLST 330 – Classical Studies Today: Writing for a General Audience

This will be a seminar for junior and senior departmental majors, offered in association with the Calderwood Seminars in Public…

ARAB 322 – Media in the Arab World: From TV and Film to Social Media

Media in the Arab world has undergone significant changes in recent times, with the emergence of new technologies, platforms, and…

ARST 243 – Introduction to Graphic Design

Introduction to Graphic Design is a course that aims to open a window of understanding and communication through the visual…

ENGL 292 – Techniques of Nonfiction

In this course, we will learn how to craft and revise short pieces of nonfiction writing that draw on our…

QAC 201 – Applied Data Analysis

In this project-based course, you will have the opportunity to answer questions that you feel passionately about through independent research…

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