The Media and Communication program is for students who are interested in pursuing careers in broadcasting, multi-media journalism, public relations, corporate communications, audio recording and reproduction, film making, and online media creation. Students are introduced to the foundations of communication, communication research, media production values, and an array of media production skills that will enable them to create high quality media-borne messages.
Students may elect an internship in their junior year. Students qualify for an internship by receiving the recommendations of two faculty members, by earning a 2.5 overall grade point average, and by successfully completing an interview with the Media and Communication program coordinator, which may include other faculty members. Students are expected to earn a “C” or higher in each of their courses within the major