Careers & Internships
The Mass Communication program prepares you to take advantage of future careers that may not even exist yet in the communication world. Here are just a few of the potential careers chosen by Mass Communication graduates:
We’re proud of the broad education our students receive, coursework and internships that allow them to go on to fast-paced careers in today’s multimedia journalism and communication careers. Communicating in mass markets today involves an array of media: newspaper, magazine, TV, radio, Internet, photography and more. Mass Communication graduates need experience in all of those to compete in today’s job market.
More and more Mass Communication students are realizing that an internship can give them the skills, contacts and professional experience that employers are looking for in today’s competitive job mark.
Recent students from our department have completed 120-hour, three-credit internship programs at:
To arrange an internship, students should have earned at least 60 credits and have a cumulative WSU grade point average of 2.5 or higher. For more information, view the Mass Communication Internship Guidelines (PDF).