A candidate for the Bachelor of Arts degree in Mass Communications must complete a minimum of 120 credit hours. Total credits include at least 48 credit hours of General Education courses. Additional courses may be required to build fundamental concepts. A candidate must earn the grade of “C” or better in all major courses.
Department of Mass Communications and Digital Technology Purpose:
The Department of Mass Communications and Digital Technology acquaints the student with the structure, purposes, and procedures found in the field of mass communications. Attention is given to theoretical foundations, hands-on application, experiential learning, and developing new media environment skills and hands-on experience. Video production facilities include a TV studio and control room, portable video cameras, and digital editing software. An online-student newspaper, The Bear Facts, gives students the opportunity to gain practical reporting and writing experience. The major is based on a 13-course curriculum leading to the Bachelor of Arts degree.
ProgramsBachelor of Arts