Strategic Communication

Our Strategic Communication program aims to meet the industry demand for careers in communication, public relations and much more. Department chair, Matt Thompson, explains how this Flagler College – Tallahassee program can launch you into a rewarding career.

The Flagler College – Tallahassee Strategic Communication Program prepares students for careers in business, education, communications, government, and non-profit organizations.  The program focuses on the development of practical skills and theoretical knowledge. Students will achieve a broad knowledge of, and skill sets in writing, oral communication, public relations, advertising, sales, and marketing. A marketing minor and internship are included within the curriculum and help prepare students for sales and marketing positions, as well as gaining practical experience within one or more specific core areas.

The strategic communication program is offered during the evening, and students will complete one course, three nights per week, for five semesters.

Possible Career Options:

Advertising/PR Account Manager


Employee Relations

Public Information Officer

Communication Specialist

Event/Special Events Manager

Marketing Coordinator/Manager

Public Relations Specialist

Admission Requirements:

Admission to Flagler College – Tallahassee requires an Association of Arts degree or completion of 60 transferable college credits. (Students without an AA degree must fulfill Flagler’s general education requirements.)

Major Requirements:

Strategic Communication – Evening