Be ethically ambitious.
If you love a project, are detail-oriented, and revel in a job well done, the Strategic Planning minor is probably for you. Students who choose the strategic planning minor will learn to define objectives, develop strategies, allocate resources, and implement plans, so those with career goals in human resources, public relations, event planning, business management, and non-profit direction can especially benefit from this minor.
As a child who wanted to grow up to be a princess-nurse-author, I wanted to learn and do everything. I chose Strategic Communication because of the many opportunities in career paths that it offers.
Through internships, classes, and everyday life, I realized how necessary and essential communication really is. Communication opens so many doors and possibilities; it grows on you!
Without leaps of imagination, or dreaming, we lose the excitement of possibilities. Dreaming, after all, is a form of planning.
Drawing on my background in theatre and strategic communication, I am writing a screenplay for my senior project. My hope is that it will make people think and talk about real issues in the world.
WHAT OUR STUDENTS DO
University of the Ozarks President Richard Dunsworth, J.D., has been elected to the board of directors for the Association of Presbyterian Colleges and Universities (APCU).
University of the Ozarks awarded 87 bachelor’s degrees to graduating seniors during its 183rd Commencement ceremony, held May 13, on the campus mall.
One of the core values of University of the Ozarks is “the service of all of creation,” and that driving principle was on full display during a recent mission trip to El Salvador by the student organization Rotaract.