Welcome to Mass Communication!

 

 

 

Congratulations to MSU TV-2 for being one of four finalists in the Best Documentary/Public Affairs category of the College Broadcasters, Inc. 2014 National Student Production Awards
with the documentary Under the Helmet!

CBI is a national organization that receives hundreds of entries every year.
The winner will be announced at the 2014 National Student Electronic Media Convention.

 




The Mass Communication major comprises 39 hours of mass media courses with an 18-hour minor in broadcasting, journalism, digital media, or public relations and advertising. Students must have accumulated a 3.0 grade point average in their major and minor before enrolling in the exit course.




Documentaries, public relations campaigns, graphic design projects, and writing exercises help prepare students for graduate school or their job search after graduation. Alumni work in newspapers, television stations, advertising and public relations firms, and a host of communication corporations. They are also accepted into the finest graduate institutions.




MSU TV2 is an in-house production studio, learning center, laboratory, and working center for students in the Mass Communication department.




The Wichitan is the student-run, weekly newspaper of Midwestern State University. The Wichitan editor, along with students who serve as staff members, is responsible for all editorial and advertising content.




What is now the Mass Communication Department evolved in the mid-1980s by combining elements from the speech and journalism programs. Although at the time the most popular degree programs around the country were stressing narrow areas of study and career preparation, such as newspapers, advertising, and film, the department founders envisioned a broader training for students that truly encompassed the many elements of mass communication.