Mass Communications

(including advertising, journalism and digital media (print and digital), and public relations)

The study of journalism and mass communications provides students with the tools to function effectively in an information-sensitive society, both as creators and consumers of information. The list of JMC graduates from K-State includes a United States senator, the White House press secretary for both President Bush and President Reagan, an associate producer of NBC-TV’s ‘‘Dateline’’ program, the director of public relations for General Motors, photo editors of the Kansas City Star and other leading newspapers, news and sports anchors of Kansas TV stations, and creative directors and media planners at national ad agencies.

Related career titles

Advertising director
Advertising account executive
Brand manager
College/University faculty*
Communications director
Convention organizer
Direct marketing manager
Email marketing manager
Market researcher
Media Manager
Media production assistant
Photo editor
Press secretary
Product manager
Public information officer
Public relations specialist
Social media coordinator
Sports information director
Station programmer
Technical writer
Web developer

*additonal training required for these occupations

Related mass communications links

The A.Q. Miller School of Journalism and Mass Communications at K-State

Journalism and Mass Communications Student Groups

American Society of Magazine Editors

Newspaper Guild

National Newspaper Association

National Newspaper Publisher Association

National Association of Broadcasters

Online News Association

Association of National Advertisers

American Advertising Federation

American Association of Advertising Agencies

Advertising Council

Society of Professional Journalists

News/Media Alliance

Public Relations Society of America