Advertising (63 hours)
Media Production (61 hours)
New Media (62 hours)
Photography (59 hours)
Writing/Editing (58 hours)
Career Options: Depending on the chosen emphasis, graduates with a B.S. in mass communication find careers as account managers, editors, writers, technical writers, audio/video producers, photographers, photojournalists, camera operators, advertising copywriters, etc.
Education: The B.S. in mass communication is based on a broad core of communication classes, supplemented with computer skills classes and a track in the student's chosen emphasis. This broad curriculum, with a strong concentration in a communication specialty, makes it the ideal major for students wanting to work in communication. Though specialized in one area, B.S. in Mass Communication graduates have a broad background, preparing them to use various media.
Public Relations Society of America
International Association of Business Communicators
National Press Photographers Association
American Society of Media Photographers
Professional Photographers Association
Advertising: Greg Rumsey, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Media Production: Stephen Ruf, email email@example.com
New Media: Linda Potter Crumley, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Photography: Stephen Ruf, email email@example.com
Writing/Editing: Andy Nash, email firstname.lastname@example.org
*Electives: In consultation with your adviser, choose one of the following concentrations. Your course selections must include at least 12 hours of upper-division credit within your concentration.