Department of Journalism and Mass Communications
The Department of Journalism and Mass Communications (JMC) offers courses leading to a baccalaureate degree (B.A.) with a concentration in one of three areas: journalism, public relations, and strategic communication, or multimedia and digital communications. Minor programs are available in English and several other disciplines within the university.
The department offers courses in multimedia publishing, photography for multimedia, multimedia production, public relations, non-linear editing, web design, and advertising copywriting.
Students will have many opportunities before graduation to develop professional skills. JMC offers a fully functional television production studio and control room; WHCJ-FM, the university's radio station, and Tiger's Roar, SSU's award-winning student newspaper. JMC also offers public relations and advertising experience both in and out of the classroom through internships, volunteer opportunities, and classroom projects.
Juliana Maria Trammel, Ph.D.
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