Conquer 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.
At SFA, we work to help ensure students pursuing a major or minor in mass communication are on the leading edge as those shifts occur. Mass communication helps individuals gain a deeper understanding of the relationship between media and society. All students can benefit from this area of study and implement the knowledge gained in any future career.
Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science in mass communication
You'll have a chance to explore an exciting and rapidly changing field and work alongside your professors and peers in student-run media. Learn how to work in a converged newsroom and study myriad media topics through one of the program's concentrations:
See the Undergraduate Bulletin for additional details, guidelines and requirements.
An exciting career awaits you
This minor prepares students for a career in the diversified world of mass media. Whether it’s as a newspaper journalist, social media administrator or radio disc jockey, you’ll gain meaningful experiences to help you succeed.
Learn more about your mass communication career options today.
Students interested in pursuing a minor in mass communication must receive advisor's approval.
The experience you need
SFA mass communication students learn by doing. Students often find their best education comes through participating in our student-run media, including The Pine Log, SFA’s student newspaper, our very own student-run TV station, SFA-TV2, or our very own student-run campus radio station, KSAU-FM.