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Master new frontiers in communication

If there is one thing that is ever-changing, it’s the way we consume information. Smartphones, social media and the rise of citizen journalism have all contributed to the constant shift in our media habits that happens almost daily.

At SFA, we ensure our mass communication students are on the leading edge as those shifts occur. We prepare you for the future of media with an emphasis on critical thinking, professional skills and social responsibility.

An exciting career awaits you

Students who study mass communication at SFA leave the program ready for a career in the ever-changing world of mass media. From storied careers such as newspaper journalism to the emerging world of social media, the possibilities are exciting and limitless.

Learn more about your mass communication career options today.

The experience you need

Students who study mass communication at SFA don’t just sit around and listen to professors talk all day. They learn by doing. Students often find that their best education comes from our student-operated media, including The Pine Log, SFA’s student newspaper, and our very own student-run TV station, SFA-TV2.

Undergraduate programs and requirements

Bachelor of Arts in mass communication

Students in mass communication have a chance to explore an exciting and rapidly changing field and work alongside their professors and peers in student-run media. Students will learn how to work in a converged newsroom and study myriad media topics.

See the Undergraduate Bulletin for additional details, guidelines and requirements.

Mass Communication minor

Students interested in pursuing a minor in mass communication must receive advisor's approval. 

See the Undergraduate Bulletin for additional details, guidelines and requirements.

Graduate programs and requirements

Master of Arts in mass communication

Take your passion for media to the next level with our Master of Arts in mass communication. Students can focus their learning and training to become a thought leader in their field.

For more information, visit the Graduate Programs page.



Department of Mass Communication

Boynton Building 
Room 301

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 13048, SFA Station
Nacogdoches, Texas 75962-3048

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