Communication Science is the field related to the public communication of science-related topics to non-experts. In a Master’s of Communication Science (M. Sc, M. A, M.Phil) students apply research methods to construct scientifically testable theories about how non-verbal and verbal human communications are created, transmitted and received. Students may concentrate on the ways messages shape and change human behavior in regards to attitude change, social change and politics. It provides students versatile valuable skills like creativity, analytical thinking, and the ability to convey a message effectively. Communication Science graduates are prepared for a wide range of professional science communication careers in print, broadcast, new media journalism, science policy, public relations, exhibition and design work. Further professions include translator/interpreter, journalist, brand communications manager, public diplomacy officer, and various jobs in the corporate sector such as recruiters, or customer service representatives.