Mass Communication, B.A.

Mass Communication degree; Advertising program; Radio and TV Broadcast program; Convergence Journalism program; Corporate Communications program
Hands-on preparation for a wide variety of media careers

Lewis' innovative and technical Mass Communication degree program will prepare you to communicate and compete in the evolving world of new media - with the writing, production, ethical and liberal arts foundation all media careers require.

Lewis has a long tradition for producing communications professionals who become innovative leaders in their field. It's time for you to become one of them.

Plus, choose a specific concentration for real-world experience in your future career:

Public Relations/Advertising
For students interested in a career in public relations, advertising, marketing or media relations, this concentration will provide you with a broad understanding of media management as you develop skills in research, publicity, event management and creative production.

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Convergence Journalism
Journalism isn't dying. It's evolving. And its future depends on digital storytellers - professionals able to tell a complete story from start to finish. This concentration will provide you with experience in writing, reporting, editing, layout, design and promotion via social media. Integrating journalism, audio, video, print and digital media, you will acquire the technological skills necessary to tell stories across all mediums.

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Radio/TV/New Media
Investigate how social channels are integrating with Radio/TV to create a new hybrid world of organic/professional-quality content. Develop your technical skills in electronic media production and prepare to produce for the broadcast and film industries.

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Corporate Communications
Prepare to manage the design and development of corporate communications while developing the theory and technical skills behind organizational communication.

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Kylen Mills spent the fall semester with an internship in New York City at the MTV Television Studios, producing content and working in production for mtvU, MTV Network's 24-hour college network.

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