Birgit Wassmuth, Director
Professors: Adams, Benjamin, Gould, Powers, and Wassmuth; Associate Professors: Bressers, Gordon, Muturi, Mwangi, and Smethers; Assistant Professors: Baltrip, Desanto, Freeland, Hallaq; Kim, Matthews, Nelson and Wise; Instructors: Furnas, Harvey, Olsen, Skidmore, Wirka, and Wolgast; Academic Advisor: Robertson; Emeriti Professors: Marsh and Oukrop; Emeriti Associate Professors: Chastain, Daly, MacFarland, Pearce, and Prince; Emeriti Assistant Professors: Hause and Puntney.
105 Kedzie Hall
The study of mass communications provides students with the tools to function effectively in an information-intensive society, whether as creators or as consumers of information.
Students follow a general course of study in the College of Arts and Sciences, a specialized professional curriculum in the A.Q. Miller School of Journalism and Mass Communications, and a focused selection of courses in an outside discipline.
The program offers a hands-on education that provides students with practical experience. Students can serve on the staffs of the Kansas State Collegian, the student newspaper; the Royal Purple yearbook; and campus radio station KSDB-FM. Students can also produce television programs for local cable television, including Manhattan Matters, a weekly community newsmagazine, and Purple Power Play, a sports show highlighting K-State athletics.
Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education-Journalism (EDJOR ) and Teacher Licensure
Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education-English and Journalism (EDENJ ) and Teacher Licensure
Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Science