Career Paths: This could be you!
Get started with hands-on projects and real focus. Bring your passions, and the A.Q. Miller School will put you on the path to a dream career.
Strong writing is the common denominator to a career in all media. Our Writing Academy will hone your skills. The A.Q. Miller School curriculum ensures your effectiveness with storytelling, sharing your ideas, working with others and expressing concepts.
Are you a visual thinker? JMC students take coursework in photography and photojournalism. Get on the field to cover sporting events. Gain perspectives with the newest photo technology, including certification in drone photography and video.
Learn to make a strong, cohesive point for your clients and for yourself. Fine-tune your skills as a presenter. You'll work with real clients to develop your professional presence: clear, persuasive, knowledgeable and confident.
Video has become increasingly vital in the media world, from broadcast and film to online storytellling and social media. You can shoot, edit and produce across platforms. JMC students work with a variet of outlets, including KKSU-TV Channel 8 News, KSU Athletics and Wildcat Watch— which provides video content created specifically for KSU students.
There's an interesting community out there, with lots of stories to be told. You can work with student media groups across platforms to share the stories of Kansas State University, Manhattan and the larger community. The Collegian Media Group includes the award-winning student news outlet, The Collegian, the Royal Purple yearbook and Manhappenin' Magazine.
Do you have things to say about music, sports, news and everything happening on campus? Managed and operated by students, KSDB-FM is a non-commercial, educational radio station broadcasting on 91.9 MHz, cable TV channel 25 and streaming on the Internet and mobile platforms. You can hear JMC aumni on local and national radio outlets like 1350KMAN and the Royals Radio Network.
Ever imagine yourself on television? Get the experience you need at KKSU-TV Channel 8 News, a weekly newscast produced by students. You can also work with Wildcat Watch and MHK All Day, which provide video content and information created specifically for K-State students. You see JMC alumni working as reporters and anchors on network outlets around the state.