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Mass communication is the science of exchanging information. Media used to convey these messages include television, radio, print, the internet, social media, and public speaking. The mass communication student specializes in one or more of these and becomes the voice of businesses and organizations. Students interested in mass communication need good oral and written language skills, fluency of ideas, creativity, and persuasion skills.
APPROXIMATELY 40 COURSES; MINIMUM 120 CREDIT HOURS DEPENDING ON UNIVERSITY (DURATION: 4 YEARS)
ENGLISH LANGUAGE (1-2 COURSES)
MATHEMATICS (2-3 COURSES)
NATURAL SCIENCES (1-3 COURSES)
HUMANITIES (3-5 COURSES)
SOCIAL & BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES (2-3 COURSES)
VISUAL & PERFORMING ARTS (1 COURSE)
FULFILLMENT OF SECOND MAJOR OR MINOR
If you have any of the following qualifications, you can register for our next intake. Forecast results are acceptable.