About the courseThe mass media major also allows students to learn a core set of production and critical thinking skills within a focused area of interest such as multimedia journalism, sports media, broadcast and production, and applied advertising. Students majoring in the mass media degrees develop not only communication skills (verbal, written, listening, and interpersonal) but also critical thinking skills and equipment and computer operation skills. Careful attention is given to achieving a balance between cognitive development and specific skills acquisition; therefore, students also develop a broad understanding and appreciation of the historical, theoretical and operational nature of the mass media.
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AboutOriginally established in 1905, Northwest Missouri State University is a state-assisted, four-year regional university that also offers graduate degree programs.
Northwest offers 127 undergraduate programs and 40 graduates programs. The business, education, geography and agriculture departments graduate the largest number of students each year. Career Services offers an "Exploring Majors" fair where students can learn about different majors on campus and find which major is the perfect fit for them.
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