You'll be prepared to work in a variety of mass media and communication fields or head to graduate or law school. Our alumni do all of this and more, demonstrating the depth of our program in the classroom and on the job.
You'll cap off your studies by taking two high-level courses in media ethics and criticism, honing your critical-thinking skills and ability to analyze situations independently.
You'll have the opportunity to land internships in all communications fields, building on the broad range of classes you can choose from. Recent experiences include students working at daily newspapers and broadcast TV stations. And these are just some of the many opportunities for our students.
You'll learn the basics of the communication industry, and you'll have the ability to choose from classes in all other journalism fields, including print, broadcast, advertising, public relations and visual communications. Learn more about the classes you will take as a mass communications student in the university's academic bulletin.
Students learn from seasoned pros and engaging faculty, as well as a long list of outside experts who help guide students to success. Meet the mass communications faculty