Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication

College of Liberal Arts & Sciences

Journalism and Mass Communication Major

The Journalism and Mass Communication Major

The journalism and mass communication major prepares students for careers that involve all aspects of news and information. Emphasis is placed on generating ideas, organizing, writing, editing and presenting information for various media platforms and audiences. Students work with advisers to develop a program of study that prepares them for work in communication-specific areas including broadcast media, magazines and/or newspapers, public relations/public information, science communication or visual communication and online/multimedia.

Check out journalism and mass communication major requirements

To find out which journalism and mass communication courses will be offered in upcoming semesters, click here and search for JL MC.  

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SECONDARY AREA OF EXPERTISE

Students are required to fulfill a secondary area of expertise. This requirement can be met by declaring a minor or a second major outside of P R/JL MC/ADVRT with at least 15 credits, or an adviser-approved designated area of concentration with at least 21 credits, 12 of which must be 300+ level.

The following are requirements neccessary for a degree in the college of Liberal Arts and Sciences.


2014 - 2015 Catalog

Major Requirements

2013 - 2014 Catalog

4-Year Planning Guide

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2012 - 2013 Catalog

4-Year Planning Guide
Major Requirements

2011 - 2012 Catalog

4-Year Planning Guide
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2009 - 2011 Catalog

4-Year Planning Guide
Major Requirements

2007 - 2009 Catalog

4-Year Planning Guide
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Graduation Planner

2005 - 2007 Catalog

4-Year Planning Guide
Major Requirements

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