Winthrop University: Mass Communication
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Department of Mass Communication
College of Arts & Sciences
219 Johnson Hall
Rock Hill, SC 29733, USA
803/323-2121
803/323-2464 (fax)
masscomm@winthrop.edu

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Mass Communication

Bachelor of Arts

Mass media and communication are changing at a pace that presents new and exciting opportunities for savvy storytellers, writers and multimedia practitioners. The civic function of news and information elevates democracy, personal ambition and improves people’s lives. The Winthrop Department of Mass Communication offers a B.A. degree with interests in journalism and broadcasting and explores, with our students, innovative storytelling methods and dynamic writing for traditional and emerging platforms, including digital journalism and social media—all while placing law, ethics and the human condition at the forefront.

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Curriculum & Learning Opportunities

Get hands-on experience with Winthrop’s video news magazine show, Winthrop Close Up. Advanced Television Production classes create 11 half-hour shows that broadcast weekly throughout the semester. This student-produced show allows students to take charge by pitching, planning, writing, filming, editing and producing their own stories as if in a real news room. This real-life experience gives graduates the upper hand with highly marketable skills. Don’t believe us? Check out Jacob Hallex ’16, associate producer at CBS Sports, and Anna Douglas ’11, investigative reporter at The Charlotte Observer.

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Beyond Graduation

Cheyenne Walsh
Mass Communication, Class of 2019


“Mass communication is something special.  You don't just leave the program as a more well-rounded journalist - you leave with an army of people beind you that want nothing more than to help you succeed and to thrive.  It is more than just a program; it's a family." 

 

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Last Updated: 7/13/22