School of Liberal Arts

Mass Communication

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Associate of Arts (A.A.)

Course Descriptions

The mass communication transfer pattern will introduce students to studio production, film history, electronic media, journalism and corporate communications such as advertising and public relations. The two transfer patterns in mass communication are Studio Production and Corporate Communications (including Journalism). You might be wondering what you can do with a degree in these specializations:



(within the Corporate Communication Transfer Pattern):

First Camera Assistant
Lighting Designer
Screen Writer
Cable TV Production
Film Editor
Multimedia Designer
and more

Advertising Executive
Consumer Affairs Liaison
Information Analyst
Labor Relations Counsulting
Marketing Manager
Public Relations Specialist
Newsletter Editor
Media Relations Specialist
and more

Broadcast New Anchor
New Media Consultant
and more

Program Coordinator:
Sheri Trivane
Offices: Essex E 312 & Catonsville G 115

Mass Communication Internships

Internships are available to Mass Communications students who meet the following criteria:

  1. Registered MCOM students of CCBC (students from other institutions cannot earn internship credit via CCBC)
  2. The student should have completed a minimum of 9 credits in MCOM Electives - including coursework that is relevant to the internship opportunity.
  3. The student should maintain a GPA of 2.0 or higher.

Students should allow sufficient time to arrange for an internship. It is recommended that you begin your internship planning the semester before you plan to intern. If you meet the criteria above, contact the MCOM Program Coordinator to begin the process.

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