Mass Media Communications
Welcome to the Mass Media Communitcations Department
The term “mass media communications” may not sound very exciting, but it is among the most dynamic and fastest growing fields of study in the world. Mass media communications are the variety of ways used to communicate with very large audiences such as the population of a city or entire country. Mass media communications include books, magazines, newspapers, radio, television, film, and now the Internet. So if you’re interested in exploring a career in publishing, journalism, broadcasting, film, advertising, public relations, media art, or the new Internet media, check out the new Mass Media Communications Program.
The Department of Mass Media Communications offers Associate of Arts degree programs in the following study areas.
Associate of Arts degree in:
The new Mass Media Communications Program and Associate of art degree are part of Luna’s ongoing efforts to create the curricula, education, and training programs that will equip students for the new jobs and career opportunities of the 21rst century. The main mission of the Program is to provide quality education and training that will enable students to obtain entry level employment related to mass media communications and/or to pursue continued education regarding the various forms, and methods of mass media communication in institutions of higher education.
A secondary and complementary mission of the Program is to use its expertise to assist in the development of the area and its citizens by increasing the ability to identify, transmit, analyze, and create or enhance mass media communication services and products that will encourage economic growth and improve the quality of life.
Mass media communication is an important component of almost every business and industry, and new career and job opportunities in mass media communications are being developed nearly every day. So if you’re interested in learning more about the new mass media or in exploring a career in publishing, journalism, broadcasting, film, advertising, public relations, media art, or the Internet media, check out the new Mass Media Communications Program.
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