Within the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, students can declare a Bachelor of Arts major in Multimedia Communication. As part of this major, a common core of courses offers majors an understanding of both the history of the field and the ethical responsibilities of professional communicators in our society. These foundational courses also provide specific skills in writing, speaking, broadcasting, editing, production, and group communication. Courses in the major, on-campus practicums, and off-campus internships provide practical, professional experience in these areas.
This major features a set of core courses paired with specialization courses that perfectly address these cross-over skills.
Offering students the ability to not only gain invaluable hands-on skills but the ability to cater to their specific career interest within the field of communication.
Upon departmental invitation, qualified Communication majors may elect to pursue honors work within their chosen communication area.
- LRN Monthly – Campus Student-led multimedia newspaper
- FM 99.3 - "The Lair" – Campus student-led Radio Station
- LRN Network – Campus television studio
- Upsilon Chi Communication Honor Society (GPA-based)
- Communication Club (Open to everyone
Course & Program Listings
- Journalism & Mass Communication Section in the University Catalog [PDF]
- Undergraduate Course Descriptions in the University Catalog [PDF]