Mass Communications Courses

COM 1050 INTRODUCTION TO MASS COMMUNICATIONS (3 s.h.) Covers the basics of communication theory and how they apply to all forms of mass communication, discusses the historical development of a wide variety of communication media, and provides an understanding of Read More …

Mass Communications Curriculum Requirements

Degrees Awarded Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) and Bachelor of Science (B.S.) Major Requirements Students choose one of four concentrations when majoring in Mass Communications. Follow the links for the major requirements for each concentration: Journalism Radio Sports Media TV/Video/Multimedia Minor Read More …

Journalism

Journalism students outside the Trustees Building

The Journalism Concentration in the Mass Communications major is intended to prepare students for work in the field of journalism, whether it be in print, on the radio or TV, or on the Internet. The same journalistic principles apply to Read More …

Radio

Dr. Kevin Swift is interviewed by a student on MU Radio

The Radio Concentration in the Mass Communications major is intended to prepare students for work in the radio industry. Emphasis in the program is on radio marketing and radio programming. Students also understand the broadcast industry and how it generates Read More …

TV/Video/Multimedia

Students involved in video shooting

The TV/Video/Multimedia concentration is tailor-made to prepare students for entry level work in media production in many capacities. With the computer revolution in full swing, the skills and specific programs used to create television also apply to independent film and Read More …

Sports Media

Alumnus Steve Driggers conducts an interview on the football field

Degrees Available Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) and Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Mass Communications with a concentration in Sports Media Major Requirements The Mass Communications major with a concentration in Sports Media consists of 58 s.h. distributed as follows: Requirements Read More …

Mass Communications

Mass Communications students shoot video

Our Program The Methodist University Communications Department is a unique combination of talents and disciplines that take advantage of the flexible nature of modern communication technology and the benefits of a small private university. At Methodist University classes are small, Read More …