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1
Marist College  
8.48.47.59.162
A- 8.2
2
Saint Edward's University  
9.69.68.46.17
A- 8.2
3
King University  
10.09.710.010.04
A- 8.1
4
Southern Methodist University  
9.79.17.88.66
A- 8.1
5
East Carolina University  
9.38.58.98.88
A- 8.1
6
Oakland University  
9.38.47.48.89
B+ 8.0
7
Ohio University  
8.88.57.88.011
B+ 7.8
8
Simmons College  
9.09.08.46.88
B+ 7.8
9
Roger Williams University  
8.48.17.47.917
B+ 7.8
10
Texas Christian University  
9.28.68.79.06
B+ 7.7
11
University of Tennessee - Knoxville  
9.79.26.48.15
B+ 7.7
12
Northwestern University  
9.48.89.08.05
B+ 7.7
13
Villanova University  
8.57.87.57.813
B+ 7.6
14
Elon University  
8.47.47.18.617
B+ 7.6
15
University of Southern California  
8.28.57.27.816
B+ 7.6
16
Fairfield University  
9.18.87.78.86
B+ 7.6
17
Florida State University  
8.57.77.87.912
B+ 7.6
18
Syracuse University  
8.17.86.67.625
B+ 7.5
19
Hofstra University  
8.27.67.67.816
B+ 7.5
20
Portland State University  
9.69.07.79.04
B+ 7.5
21
Jacksonville State University  
9.29.91.59.96
B+ 7.5
22
Denison University  
8.57.48.18.210
B+ 7.5
23
Azusa Pacific University  
8.68.48.16.67
B 7.3
24
Pennsylvania State University  
7.68.17.38.420
B 7.3
25
Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania  
9.47.27.17.45
B 7.2
26
Savannah College of Art and Design  
8.59.28.17.96
B 7.2
27
Lynn University  
8.18.46.57.611
B 7.2
28
Westfield State University  
8.68.07.97.17
B 7.2
29
Ithaca College  
7.67.67.37.024
B 7.2
30
American University  
8.08.16.76.512
B 7.2
31
Boston University  
7.77.56.86.326
B 7.2
32
George Washington University  
8.98.18.67.05
B 7.1
33
University of San Diego  
8.69.16.79.35
B 7.1
34
Quinnipiac University  
7.77.07.66.319
B 7.1
35
Fordham University  
7.77.36.86.718
B 7.0
36
University of Utah  
8.98.97.99.74
B 7.0
37
Michigan State University  
7.97.67.78.610
B 7.0
38
Monmouth University  
7.88.78.17.59
B 7.0
39
Western Michigan University  
7.87.36.87.713
B 7.0
40
Texas State University  
8.07.65.57.911
B 7.0
41
Southern Illinois University - Carbondale  
7.57.87.67.514
B 7.0
42
James Madison University  
7.87.66.67.212
B 7.0
43
Berry College  
8.49.48.17.45
B 6.9
44
Marquette University  
7.87.56.27.912
B 6.9
45
Endicott College  
8.07.78.28.08
B 6.9
46
Juniata College  
8.48.47.47.66
B 6.9
47
Howard University  
7.77.77.94.315
B 6.9
48
New York University  
7.67.07.57.017
B 6.9
49
Brigham Young University - Provo  
8.38.37.08.46
B 6.9
50
Oral Roberts University  
8.28.27.86.67
B 6.9

 

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Communications Major unemployment rate

_CommunicationsAll Majors
Unemployed%7%7
Minimum Wage%4%4
All Others%89%88
More: Unemployment for all Majors *** not counting stay at home parents *** not counting those currently in grad school

Are things going well in Communications?

Going Well%88
Not Going Well%12
More: All Majors Satisfaction ??? This is a social "life satisfaction" question. Overall, would people who graduated with a degree in Communications say that their life is going well? It could be interpreted in terms of stress, salary, long hours, future prospects, etc. *** not counting those currently in grad school

Graduates who stayed in Communications

Still in Field%62
Got out%38
More: All Majors Still in field ??? A high "got out" percentage can be interpreted a couple of ways -- for instance, perhaps the major is a great stepping stone to becoming a totally different career -- like a doctor. Or perhaps the jobs one gets with the major just aren't that great. *** not counting those currently in grad school

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