The Mass Communication concentration is intended to prepare you for transfer to a four-year degree program in any number of communications-related degree areas, including, but not limited to, communications, media studies, broadcasting, journalism, and public relations. This program utilizes a broad-based approach to communications, including theory and practical experience.
Because of the changing nature of the job market and the role of mass media plays in contemporary society, the job opportunities in this area are numerous. Career fields include journalism, public relations, media relations, TV broadcasting, radio broadcasting, corporate communications, teaching, advertising, and other occupations that require knowledge of effective communications, traditional media, and online media.
The job outlook for Mass Communications vary widely depending on the type of job and location. Some areas are growing much faster than others. The need for communications is growing increasingly competitive and the global business environment will play a part in demand for those with specialized knowledge and skills. Demand for social media skills and tools is expected to increase job growth in communications.
Salaries will vary based on the type of career and location.
You have one option available when enrolling in this program of study.
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