Mass Communication Bachelor's Degree Program
Four year degree; Bachelor of Arts (BA) or Bachelor of Science (BS)
The Mass Communication bachelorís degree program will prepare you to be a leader in written media and digital media as they converge in todayís most dynamic communication fields, from the web to more traditional journalism to broadcasting. This bachelorís degree is offered at the University of Maryís main campus in Bismarck, North Dakota.
Infused with Christian, Catholic, and Benedictine values, the bachelorís program equips you with the skills and knowledge to be ethical, professional communication leaders. The mass communication degree also offers exciting opportunities to gain experience in the professional world, including a 10 credit internship program, and opportunities to take part in the Rome campus and the Emerging Leaders Academy.
Recent graduates of the University of Mary communication department are working for companies such as KFYR TV, Fox Sports, E! News, Country Music Television, National Public Radio, and Halogen TV. They shoot video for shows such as Monster Quest, and operate video and photography studios. Other University of Mary communication graduates:
- Build websites
- Create advertisements
- Research, write, edit, and produce
- Cast and star in independent films
- Specialize in social media
Mass Communication Bachelorís Degree Program Highlights
At the University of Mary, the communication department provides a learning atmosphere that fosters creativity and community, and prepares you for a wide range of careers in communication. You will learn to:
- Write and speak effectively to various audiences in a variety of formats.
- Use technical skills (in such areas as audio, video, computer, photography, and research) as they converge to create and communicate effectively.
- Understand communication theory as a basis for professional thinking.
- Create and adapt to change in the world of communication.
- Discuss a range of global, societal, religious, and political issues, and their importance to and influence on communication.
Learn more about the School of Arts and Sciences at the University of Mary
If you are considering a bachelorís degree in mass communication, you might also be interested in the following undergraduate programs offered at our main campus in Bismarck, North Dakota: