Dr. Pete Koprince teaches communications studies courses, including public speaking, intercultural communication, social media and rhetoric. He also teaches first year experience classes and experiences in writing. He is currently working with students to develop a new social media platform, called the CUNE Echo, designed to showcase the creative work of Concordia’s students.
Dr. Koprince considers himself a “true academic nerd,” and so his free time is mostly dedicated to reading about persuasion, communication, psychology and other areas of interest. He also loves playing card and board games with his wife, Nichole, and children, Owen, Ashlynn and Baylor and watching Cubs baseball.
"I have supportive colleagues who allow me the creative freedom to try out things, experiment with ideas and be truly creative."
Dr. Pete Koprince's Academic Programs
Applied communication is one of the most versatile majors available. A degree in applied communication can prepare you for a traditional career path as a communication specialist in small businesses, government offices and non-profit organizations. With the bachelor’s degree in applied communication, you can also find work in journalism, marketing, education, entertainment or any number of other career fields.
A degree in strategic communication opens up a lot of possibilities for employment in a field that you’re passionate about. You might choose to pursue a career in a wide range of strategic communication and public relations professions including: account management, advertising management art direction, audience research, copywriting, digital strategy, marketing, media planning, public relations, strategic communication research, sports and entertainment promotion, social media management and sports information.