College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

Mass Media Production

The Mass Media Production concentration is for students who want to operate “behind the scenes,” creating programs for educational, corporate and governmental presentation. Their work also would be distributed via radio, television, satellites, cable, the Internet, CDs, DVDs and memory cards.

After completing the Bachelor of Science in Journalism and Mass Communication with a concentration in Mass Media Production, students have many options. They may work at radio or television stations, or companies creating programs for radio or television stations, corporations, and community and government agencies. They also may work at advertising or public relations firms that promote companies and their products, services or relationships.

For additional education, students may work on master's or doctoral degrees that prepare them for research, policy and teaching. Or they may seek professional degrees in such areas as business and law.

If you would like to be the “power” behind the sounds we hear, the pictures we see, and the resulting impressions we develop in our heads, consider Mass Media Production. You could be an operator of production equipment, writer or producer of programs we create with that equipment, or manager of a department or company that creates and distributes the programs. So much opportunity is waiting for you!