Specialized skills in writing, speaking and designing for the mass media help journalism students find employment in the print and electronic job markets around the world. Most professional writing, speaking and teaching positions in the mass media field require a bachelor's or a master's degree in journalism or a related field.
If you are considering this area of study, consult with a faculty advisor in this field. To send an email, click on the name of the advisor you wish to reach:
McAninch Arts Center (MAC), Room 291, (630) 942-2467
If you are unable to contact an advisor, messages may be left with the Liberal Arts Division, Berg Instructional Center (BIC), Room 2616, (630) 942-2047.
Paul YadgirMass Communications
The professors have hands-on experience in their fields and can give you a realistic feel of what the working world is like. My 'Intro to Mass Communications' class taught by Sandy Fries really furthered my interest in communications. Mr. Fries stressed that loving your job and line of work is the most important part of achieving success."Read Spotlight
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