After completing the University’s liberal arts core, undergraduate students learn about the integral connections between the various components of today’s mass media in the college-wide core courses. They then acquire the specific skills necessary to become professionals in advertising/integrated marketing communications, news-editorial, photojournalism, digital communication, or other communication fields.
Students are encouraged to develop in-depth knowledge by completing the requirements of a structured minor in a subject area outside the College of Mass Communication and related fields.
The curriculum prepares students for positions of responsibility in advertising and related marketing communications fields, news-editorial journalism, photojournalism, digital communication or other fields in which the ability to communicate is essential. The School of Journalism also prepares students for graduate studies in mass communication, social sciences and law.
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