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Prepare for a vibrant career with programs in communication at UW-Stevens Point 

The Division of Communication at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point offers outstanding educational opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students interested in the vibrant, crucial and diverse field of communication. In our classes, we infuse the theoretical and practical dimensions of arts management and communication majors with history, cultural context and real-world applications. Our students graduate with the skills and knowledge they need to compete and succeed in our rapidly changing society. 

Communication programs and majors 

The arts management major combines skills in business, communication and the arts to promote all facets of the arts in any community.  
Courses in the communication major help students develop and hone expertise in public presentations, effective writing, critical thinking, working in teams and creating media.  
Students may work toward their Master of Arts in organizational communication, interpersonal communication, public relations and media studies.  

Student opportunities

SPTV - WWSP-90FM - The Pointer 

Stevens Point Student Television (SPTV) allows UW-Stevens Point students to produce, direct and perform in live and recorded programs for online transmission and telecast in the Stevens Point area. 
WWSP–90FM is the noncommercial, student-run radio station at UW–Stevens Point. It is the largest station of its kind in the Midwest and broadcasts with 30,000 watts at 89.9 on the FM dial 365 days a year. 
The Pointer, UW-Stevens Point’s weekly newspaper, is written and edited by students and is published every Thursday during the academic year. 

Public Relations Student Society of America 

UW-Stevens Point’s national award-winning chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) provides students the opportunity to learn more about public relations through campaign activities, guest speakers, field trips and professional conferences. 

Careers in communication 

With an average placement rate of more than 90 percent, our graduates continue their success in the professional workplace. Possible career options include reporter, public relations specialist, human resource manager, marketing, television and radio producer, public affairs director, television anchor, social media director, recruiter and editor.