The Bachelor of Science in Mass Communication degree completion program provides you with a unique educational opportunity through a partnership between Rochester College and Macomb Community College.
The program incorporates training in Macomb’s AAS Media and Communication Arts Program with in-depth explorations of theory and scholarship in media at Rochester College.
The curriculum is designed to help you expand your understanding of communication and develop essential skills needed to succeed and advance within the media industry.
Students interested in Mass Communications with a track in Media and Communication Arts must have completed a minimum of 50 credit hours from the Media and Communication Arts program at Macomb Community College.
This program is offered at the Macomb University Center in Clinton Township.
|General Education Core||25|
|Media and Communication Arts Track (Macomb Community College)||50|
|Mass Communication Major||45|
|COM 2223 Public Speaking||3|
|COM 3513 Small Group Communication||3|
|COM 3533 Intercultural Communication||3|
|MED 2013 Introduction to Mass Communication||3|
|MED 2513 Media Writing||3|
|MED 3003 Media and Society||3|
|MED 3113 New Media Strategies||3|
|MED 2013 Media Theory||3|
|MED 3323 Research Methods in Media||3|
|MED 3513 Public Relations Writing and Visual Design||3|
|MED 4113 Media Law||3|
|MED 4943 Media Ethics||3|
|MED 4953 Media Seminar and Portfolio (Capstone)||3|
|MKT 3513 Studies in Marketing||3|
|REL 1013 Survey of Biblical Literature||3|
|TOTAL FOR MASS COMMUNICATION /Media and Communication Arts||120|