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A.Q. Miller School of Journalism and Mass Communications

Minor in Journalism and Mass Communications

 

Students who choose to major in other departments on campus can still specialize in Journalism and Mass Communications through the Miller Schoolís 18-hour minor in Mass Communications.

This degree program is flexible enough to accommodate many student interests, ranging from writing/production courses to more generalized studies of the media professions and their relationship to society.

The minor consists of the following courses:

Six hours of core requirements:

  • MC 110: Mass Communications in Society
  • MC 466: Law of Mass Communications

Three hours choice block (choose one):

  • MC 120: Principles of Advertising
  • MC 180: Fundamentals of Public Relations

Nine hours of MC electives:

  • One course must be at or above the 200-level
  • One course must be at or above the 200-level and have an MC pre-requisite
  • One course must be at or above the 400-level

 

Students seeking writing and skills classes must pass the Composition Skills Test (CST).

If you have questions about the Mass Communications minor, please contact Susan Matzke, smatzke@k-state.edu