Mass Communications Transfer

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Combining classroom experiences and hands-on involvement.
In Cowley's mass communications curriculum, incoming first-year students can immediately contribute to student broadcasts and publications. All staff members have access to the production labs and broadcast facilities. Mass Communications students at Cowley have the flexibility to incorporate into their program the types of work they are interested in while learning the fundamentals needed to prepare them for a four-year college/university or employment. Students interested in public relations have the opportunity to work on marketing projects for local businesses to gain practical experience in this arena.


Do you want to learn more about news and how it is communicated to the public? Cowley College's Mass Communications Program is the perfect place for you! We offer classes that will let you see how news is broadcasted, how it is written, and how it is presented through photos and press releases. You will also get the opportunity to practice what you learn through hands-on experience.

Working with local businesses, you can build your portfolio and get ready for transferring to a university. Plus, our program participates in trips to places like New York City, so you can see first-hand how broadcasting works in the professional world.

At Cowley College, we also offer financial aid options, scholarships, and free tutoring to help you get the most out of your education. So why wait? Apply today and become a part of the Cowley family!

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Faculty - Director of Mass Communications
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Tiger Enrollment Day

8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Galle-Johnson Hall

Junior High School Volleyball Camp

10:00 am - 4:00 pm
William S. Scott Auditorium and Gymnasium

High School Volleyball Camp

10:00 am - 4:00 pm
William S. Scott Auditorium and Gymnasium
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My favorite memories were taking trips with fellow media students to NYC & Denver to see what broadcasting was like first-hand. A bigger school wouldn't have had those opportunities!
Avery Osen
Mass Communications '15
Current Occupation: News Reporter, KSN TV