The Mass Communications Department offers a comprehensive curriculum that provides students with a broad exposure to the different avenues of communication and the ability to delve deeply into a specific emphasis area. Courses are taught by faculty who are highly skilled in their discipline and have earned both regional and national accolades for their professional work and teaching excellence.
Students receive excellent opportunities for professional development outside of the classroom through student groups such as Public Relations Student Society of America, Campus News, The Advocate and Ad2Club. The department boasts regional and national student awards in journalism, photography, advertising and documentary work through independent and collaborative projects. Graduates of the program are extremely prepared to excel in a variety of media and communication fields, and are highly sought after by local and regional employers.
The 125 Student Photo Contest is open to any MSUM student until Dec. 18 when submissions are due. Rules: - Be creative - Must include numbers “125” in any way - Students may use Instagram and make minor edits in Photoshop - Can be any size - No profanity/ inappropriate behavior - One [...]
Open positions include: Account Executive for the Red River Zoo Description: -You will over see 3-5 firm associates on your client committee -You will coordinate committee communication and meetings as needed -Together with your committee you will research, brainstorm ideas, create proposals and plan and execute tactics for your client -You will be the voice [...]
MSUM Ad Club is affiliated with the American Advertising Federation of North Dakota. Ad Club’s goal is to help students gain experience, network with professionals and create lasting friendships. Theye are open to all majors and experience levels. They work at connecting students with the professional industry of advertising, marketing, graphic design and PR. In [...]
WHO: MSUM Mass Communications students, faculty and staff WHAT: A potluck party of holiday food, traditional dishes, finger foods, dips, desserts and beverages WHEN: Wednesday, Dec. 11 from Noon-1:30 p.m. WHERE: The Mass Communications Lounge, located on the second floor of MacLean Hall WHY: To take a break from studying and celebrate the season as [...]
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Natasha Smith talks about her experience